Recently, food and energy prices have continued to soar due to inflation, but wages are far from keeping up. From Korean truck drivers, German port workers, British railway workers, Belgian trade union workers, Canadian railway workers, Spanish truck drivers, to thousands of pilots in the American aviation industry and employees of European airlines, waves of protests and strikes have been launched.
Strikes in these major economies have had a negative impact on global production and supply chains. On the one hand, there are full stockyards and docks, and on the other hand, there are dock, railway and transportation workers protesting the strike for wages. Under the double blow, the shipping schedule and delivery time may be further delayed.