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SAVILLS reports:

The disruption associated with Covid-19 brought the resilience of manufacturing supply chains into sharp relief. China has long played a dominant role in global manufacturing, but rising labour costs, the US-China trade war and, most recently, Covid-19, has led to a reassessment of increasingly stretched global supply chains. Calls are growing to bring supply chains and manufacturing closer to final destination markets. What does this mean for global trade flows, and what are the real estate implications?

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