Supply Chain Risks
The supply chain crisis that swept the world over the past year has led to record-high commodity prices, shipping costs and delivery delays. COVID-19 outbreaks in Asia – the world’s manufacturing hub – have contributed to either the complete shutdown of some factories and ports or to reducing their operational capacity. Meanwhile, political tensions and civil unrest have had a material impact on production, further exacerbating already strained supply chains.
Our latest Special Report examines political and security risks that could aggravate supply chain woes and disruptions in 2022.