The great supply chain disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic scrambled the shipping system across the Pacific.
Although mostly over, the turmoil has led to alterations in the way the global economy functions. One such change can be seen in Mexico, where companies from China are increasingly setting up shop.
Guest: Peter S. Goodman, a global economics correspondent for The New York Times.
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