Coronavirus Business Closures Unmask Global Supply Chain Defects

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March 31, 2020, Nick Vyas on MSNBC Link to the News
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Coronavirus and its Disruption on Global Supply Chain
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A key objective of the US-China trade war is to contain China’s economic rise and it appears this goal has been realized. During the April-June quarter, China’s GDP grew at 6.2 percent, and in July of 2019, China posted the slowest quarterly GDP growth in over three decades. However, it is worth questioning whether the...
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Who will Dominate the Digital Supply Chain In Part 1 of the blog, we took a holistic look at the triggers, objectives and the intended (and unintended) consequences of the ongoing US-China trade war. We found that the trade war, at its core, is really about the domination of the global supply chain landscape. We...
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Sam Ganguly, CGSCM Student Most say rubbing shoulders with the upper crust matters, but what matters most is meeting and absorbing from the industry’s upper echelon in a sector where both associate. At the Oracle Supply Chain Conference held in San Jose, students received the opportunity to do just that in a day filled with...
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                  The past few months tech companies and enthusiasts have been fawning over blockchain. If you’re unaware: blockchain is simply a decentralized ledger system that allows you to see who has what, how much, at that moment, in a secure way. Originally proposed by a mysterious and...
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2017 is winding to a close, and the supply chain stories on our radar will undoubtedly flow into the rapidly approaching new year. Before moving ahead into 2018, here is our overview of the important supply chain stories we’re keeping an eye on in December…   U.S.: Though it’s hard to choose a story here,...
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