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Maybe want to research that a bit first?Australia, New Zealand. Some others as well. I replied to a message stated all manufacturing of all products across the world. This seemed a very American/mass manufacturing country centric message.
Yes there are a few issues with supply chains, but that does not affect all manufacturing across all the world. Food, drinks and steel are easy ones to demonstrate are not affected. You want vacines, max capacity being manufactured. Etc.
Factories/businesses are generally operating at capacity now as well, now the panic is over.
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That's a fairly comprehensive report... here's a salient line..
"The Australia Institute, a social democratic think tank, estimates that it would take at least 21 months to recover from the 10 per cent economic contraction that the Reserve Bank predicts."
Yeah... sounds like everything's peachy...