There are many, rather hopeful published studies at the moment, pointing to the huge benefits of ‘bringing back’ manufacturing to post-industrial states. But this supposedly obvious business case seems to have alluded most companies.
My subject being the somewhat ticklish subject of corruption in the supply chain, many of the academics and practitioners agreed that, although interesting, this particular area of inquiry might suffer from ‘data weaknesses’.
Businesses have been caught off guard by the war in Ukraine, but the conflict will require careful watching in the future. To understand this, the Economist Intelligence Unit held a session in London, debating the future of the region.
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