Global trade – and the supply chains that support it – is in a state of flux. On the one hand, there’s massive structural change in the cross-border flow of goods, thanks to greater trade liberalization among emerging economies. On the other hand, global superpowers like the U.S. and some countries in Latin America, Asia, and Europe are aggressively reshaping the global trade architecture with ambitious trade pacts. These days, trade itself is becoming less of a driver of global growth.
In this whitepaper you will learn:
- How different trade policies affect supply chains
- How cooperation between private businesses and the public sector can strengthen supply chains
- How prequalifying suppliers and performing regular supplier audits can help businesses ensure safe work sites and mitigate risk within supply chains