The past seven decades have been witness to comparatively resilient and peaceful international trade dynamics. With time, trade barriers have disappeared and nations have become more open to tariff cuts and new regional, bilateral, and multilateral trade agreements.
However, should threats and escalations continue over the next few years, it is certain that organizations will have to prepare for new and less visible models of protectionism that can be disruptive for their supply chain operations. The tariff wars can be credited for having achieved one thing: making strategic and seamless supply chain management a priority in the boardroom once again.
Learn how political trade disruptions will affect your business and what you can do to mitigate these damages in the future.