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How to make fragile global supply chains stronger and more sustainable

By Adel Guitouni, Associate Professor, International Business, University of Victoria
Cynthia Waltho, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Business, University of Victoria
Mohammadreza Nematollahi, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Business, University of Victoria
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In 2019, global supply chains moved more than US$19 trillion in exported goods. The production and sale of many items we need and use — including toys, clothes, food, electronics and home furniture — depend on global supply chains.

For most of us, supply chains are no longer an abstract concept. The COVID-19 pandemic raised our awareness about the interdependence of our economic systems. We now understand the many ways these chains directly shape and impact our…

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