Supply chains: how to handle heightened political risks in 2021

Live: Thursday, March 25, 2021 - 14:30 GMT


In the wake of a tumultuous 2020, and with President Biden already reshaping US policy on multiple fronts, the global business landscape is in a state of flux. Geopolitical tensions stemming from strategic rivalries, Beijing’s bid to reorient global value chains in China’s favour, and the opportunities and consequences of the energy transition will have a major impact on the international business environment and economies still struggling with the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this webinar our analysts will dig into these key topics, exploring their drivers and discussing potential implications and strategies for global business' with multinational footprints, supply chains and investments.

Through the webcast you’ll learn about:
  • Whether geopolitical tensions are poised to disrupt global supply chains
  • How the energy transition could undermine political stability in key investment markets
  • Why China is diversifying its supply chains and trade partners for its own benefit
  • Hugo Brennan, Principal Analyst, Geopolitics
  • Dr. Kaho Yu, Senior Analyst, Asia
  • Franca Wolf, Analyst, Europe
  • Eufracia Taylor, Strategic Lead, Country Risk Intelligence
  • David Irwin-Ransom, Senior Marketing Specialist
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