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Oliver Telling reports on global supply chains for the FT, covering the shipping and logistics industries, as well as the supply chain issues impacting multinationals across all sectors.
He was previously acting Singapore correspondent and before that an investment writer for FT magazine Investors' Chronicle.
He was named the best newcomer to financial journalism at the 2020 State Street Press Awards and was named one of MHP's 30 To Watch in journalism in 2023.
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