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New York Fed says global supply chain pressures further abated

Central bank reports positive developments in supply chain issues

Global supply chain pressures ease says New York Fed - Supply Chain Tribe by Celerity

According to the New York Federal Reserve, global supply chain pressures have continued to ease in May 2023. This positive development signifies a further improvement in the overall functioning of supply chains worldwide. The report indicates that the challenges and disruptions that were previously affecting the movement of goods and materials have been gradually subsiding. As a result, businesses can expect more stable and efficient supply chains, allowing for smoother operations and reduced delays. The ongoing alleviation of these pressures highlights positive trends in global trade and signifies a positive outlook for the global economy.