Supply network re-engineering across the world could yield gains for economies that adapt fast in response
A global supply-chain shock started in China with the advent of the covid pandemic in early 2020. It has rumbled its way through trade and manufacturing across the world, with both supply and demand see-sawing over the past 18 months. As the pandemic subsides, strategies for sourcing, production and manufacturing are undergoing a marked change.
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