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How to make fragile global supply chains stronger and more sustainable

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par 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…The Conversation


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