Removing the ‘Ever Given’ from the Suez Canal is just the beginning

(By NASA JSC ISS image library)

Egypt’s Suez Canal is used to transport about 12% of the world’s trade — in 2020 18,840 ships passed through the canal. So when the giant container ship Ever Given became stuck in the canal on March 23, this crucial link in the global supply chain immediately became unusable. The ship’s six-day grounding led to a pileup of more than 400 vessels and stalled an estimated $9 billion worth of trade a day. The Ever Given was freed on March 29 — but freeing the ship from the morass of legal issues that has followed

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