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Global supply chains have been disrupted as economies have unlocked and consumer demand has roared back. As retailers rushed to restock their inventories, the shipping system struggled to keep up. Covid shutdowns at major ports and factories in Asia have added to the problem.
Earlier this year, the Biden administration set up a Supply Chains Task Force and appointed a Port Envoy to find remedies for the disruption. Both the ports of LA and Long Beach will now offer more new off-peak night-time shifts and weekend hours, so they can unload cargo faster.
On Wednesday, Walmart, UPS, FedEx, Samsung, The Home Depot and Target agreed to boost their night time operations at the port – something that should help clear 3,500 extra containers a week. The Biden administration hopes the plan will also unlock capacity in the rest of supply chain, including US highways, railways and warehouses.
US President Joe Biden, who met retail bosses and union chiefs on Wednesday, said he planned the biggest investment in America’s ports in history as part of the $1tn (£730bn) infrastructure bill which is yet to pass the Senate. “Our goal is not only to get through this immediate bottleneck, but to address the long standing weaknesses in our transportation supply chain that this pandemic has exposed,” he told reporters.
He added: “I don’t think there’s any real reason to be panicked, but we all feel the frustration and there’s a certain need for patience to help get through a relatively short period of time.” Supply chain-related shortages of goods like semiconductors and cars have already driven up consumer prices. The Federal Reserve last month predicted inflation – the rate at which prices rise – would run at 4.2% in 2021, well above its 2% target.
In the accompanying music video, director Xavier Dolan chooses this moment to transition from black and white to full colour. It becomes clear that this is the sound of a woman who has dismantled her entire world, realising she needn’t feel guilty for putting herself first.
The song was apparently the first track written for Adele’s forthcoming album, and dates back to the year of her separation. The immediacy of those emotions is apparent in her vocal, simultaneously strong and vulnerable.
While Easy On Me is very much a traditional heartbreak ballad, there have been hints that the rest of the album will showcase a more experimental side to Adele’s music. According to Vogue, one track features her vocals “sampled and resampled over a hypnotic beat”, that is reminiscent of electro-pop act Goldfrapp.
“After two days of treatment, his white blood cell count is trending down and he is responding to antibiotics well.” The doctors at UC Irvine are in contact with Mr Clinton’s medical team in New York, as well as his cardiologist, and said they thought he would be released home soon.
Balletic is one word frequently used to describe Laurie Cunningham, an electric winger who glided effortlessly across the boggy pitches of the 1970s, swaying past defenders with poise and purpose. Cunningham was the first Briton to join Real Madrid, and one of the very first black players to represent England. He was often subjected to racist abuse.
In a statement from the app’s maker, PDMS, the company said: “According to Apple, our app Quran Majeed has been removed from the China App store because it includes content that requires additional documentation from Chinese authorities”.
However, it is not clear what rules the app has broken in China. Quran Majeed says it is “trusted by over 35 million Muslims globally”. Last month, both Apple and Google removed a tactical voting app devised by jailed Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny.