Truck driver shortage: How a lack of hauliers is hurting the economy

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A global shortage of truck drivers is hitting supplies of everyday goods. It's a particular problem in the United Kingdom, where many drivers are EU nationals. But what's the situation across the rest of Europe? Stephen Carroll speaks to Raluca Marian from the International Road Transport Union (IRU), an organisation representing the road transport sector.

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