Coronavirus: What Are The Global Supply Chain Implications Right Now?

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The Coronavirus pandemic has caused unprecedented levels of disruption and instability to global manufacturing and supply chains. Countries are struggling to maintain production and keep their supply routes open as they enter different phases of the pandemic. As the virus spreads in waves across the globe, the availability and flow of goods from different countries and regions will continue to peak and trough. Retailers need to understand how the situation is evolving so they can contingency plan and flex their purchasing and supply chain operations in response. Join this discussion with IBM, one of the world’s largest international technology companies, to assess intelligence on the ground and help provide a clearer picture of the immediate and likely longer-term global trading situation.
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