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Going fishing for deals – July 2021 supply chain calendar

The coming month will provide little respite from trade policy events and operational challenges for supply chains. A WTO ministerial meeting from July 15 is unlikely to make progress on reforming the global trade dispute framework while a fisheries agreement may be a test case as to whether t... Read more →

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Panjiva Insights: Words become actions, Q2’21 Outlook

Panjiva Research’s April 8 webinar covered the outlook for Q2’21 and beyond and considered the troubled state of the logistics industry, its impact on the economic and supply chains as well as reviewing key trade policy issues to watch. The global logistics industry is still in the midst of a ... Read more →

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Q2 2021 Outlook: Words become actions, threats going nowhere

The seeds of the challenges faced by global supply chains in Q1’21 were sown in the second half of 2020 and are unlikely to unwind before the end of Q2’21. Global trade activity remains robust, with exports from 17 countries that have reported data for February showing growth of 6.2% excluding... Read more →

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2021 Outlook: Altogether, apart – Global trade policy issues

A change in U.S. presidency and the fallout from Brexit aren’t the only trade policy issues facing global supply chains in 2021. Reform of the WTO will likely have to wait until 2022 with the next ministerial having been delayed until Dec. 2021. In the meantime the WTO will need to manage down... Read more →

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