Supply chains to face more slowdowns amid COVID-19 spread


Coronavirus continues to have pervasive impacts on all facets of life ranging from public health, politics and economics.

Global supply chains are facing trying times as factories in the epicenter of the outbreak are yet to go back to business as usual despite Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s push for economic activity to regain its vigor.

Karishma Luthria hosts Professor John Hopkins with a specialization in Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Swinburne University of Technology, and Rob O’Byrne Founder and Owner of the Logistics Bureau, who gives first hand insight into the impacts of COVID-19 supply chains between major trading partners China and  Australia.

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