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Jan
21
How empty will supermarket shelves be this year?
Posted by on 21 January 2022 07:21 AM
It is likely that different industries will experience both shortages and over-supply problems throughout 2022
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Oct
5
Where have all the truck drivers gone?
Posted by on 05 October 2021 12:32 PM
The shortage of heavy goods vehicle drivers is a global problem that has been ignored and allowed to fester for years
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Sep
27
Why you should buy early for Christmas 2021
Posted by on 27 September 2021 09:36 AM
Many retailers are issuing warnings about stock shortages due to global supply chain problems
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Jul
15
You can blame Covid, Brexit and the Suez Canal hold-up for many of the current supply chain problems
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Dec
2
How Topshop fell behind the times
Posted by on 02 December 2020 10:26 AM
From trend setter to follower, Topshop became less competitive as online shopping became more popular
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Jul
16
How the rise of Penneys changed the way we shop
Posted by on 16 July 2019 10:33 AM
The clothing retailer which the late Arthur Ryan founded in 1969 has come a long way, but now faces unprecedented challenges
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