The Great Unwinding: Covid-19 and the Regionalization of Global Supply Chains
In this white paper, the Economist Intelligence Unit explores how COVID-19 will reshape supply chains. They delve into how the effects of the COVID outbreak will shape trade and shorten supply chains, and posit that just-in-time manufacturing using global suppliers will give way to a greater focus on use of regional supply chains, strategic use of inventories and a new approach to viewing risk in the C-suite.
The Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU) is the research and analysis division of The Economist Group, the sister company to The Economist newspaper.
THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED BY THE ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT.