As China’s factories slowly ramp up production again some of the constraints on global supply chains are easing, but the challenges for managers continue to multiply. Lockdowns in many of the world’s key markets are making business planning more difficult than ever, and with the impact of disruption from coronavirus moving quickly up the supply chain, multinational company executives are switching their strategic planning focus from China to the rest of their portfolio.
In this WSJ Pro Strategic Intelligence webinar, “Navigating coronavirus-driven disruption as China gets back to work“, Adam Jarczyk, director of Asia-Pacific research at DuckerFrontier, and Martina Bozadzhieva, DuckerFrontier’s head of research, will discuss with WSJ’s frontier markets editor Dan Keeler:
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