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The world breathed a sigh of relief: 50,000 million dolar lost so far

The world breathed a sigh of relief: Freight ship stranded in Suez Canal for 6 days rescued, 50,000 million lost so far

The cargo ship, which had been stranded in Egypt's Suez Canal for the past six days, was finally pulled out today. The ship was carrying cargo between Asia and Europe. More than 150 cargo ships were also stranded in the canal.

 According to media reports, about હજાર 50,000 million has been lost due to timely supply and transportation disruption. The damage was estimated at 400 million per hour. Inch Cap Shipping Services has reported that the large container ship has been partially emptied. It has now reopened to traffic.

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 Damage caused by traffic disruption

Europe was the hardest hit by the disruption of shipping in the Suez Canal.

This also led to a shortage of food items, which are transported by this route.

The Suez Canal route is used for about 12 world trade.

Robusta futures rise 2.8% in London on fears of supply delays

The gap between May delivery and July delivery futures has widened by 30%.

This was followed by a surge in crude oil prices in the international market. In New York, Brent crude rose 2.16% to .2 63.29 a barrel.

West Texas Intermediate crude oil rose 2.54% to 60 60.05 a barrel.

The 'Ever Give' ship, stranded in the Suez Canal, is 1300 feet long
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The world's largest ship is

the cargo ship named 'The Ever Given'. The Panama ship carries cargo between Asia and Europe. Which is 1300 feet long. The ship sank in the Suez Canal on Tuesday, March 23, disrupting traffic on both sides. The ship was loaded with oil and had a crew of about 25 Indians. About 150 ships were stranded in the traffic jam, including 10 crude tankers loaded with 13 million barrels of crude oil. Due to this, delivery of petroleum products was delayed in many countries and crude oil prices skyrocketed after cargo was stuck.Facebook

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