Changing economic and political priorities are starting to unravel the logic behind globalization. As supply chains become increasingly politicized and ‘weaponized’, things are set to get a whole lot more complicated.
In our latest whitepaper, John Manners-Bell, CEO of Ti examines the global supply chains which evolve around political allegiances. The paper also looks at recent and emerging alliances which are disrupting existing supply chain models.
– Bilateral trade between China and Russia increased by 28.9% to $65.8 billion.
– Supply chain finance mechanisms restructured as Russia looks to create a new system.
– Complex supply chain networks cannot be unravelled quickly without inflicting huge damage on the global economy.
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