The U.S. plan for boosters will steer tens of millions of doses into the arms of many U.S. adults starting as soon as Friday. That’s angered nations where many people are still struggling to obtain a first shot.
Interest in contract lifecycle management (CLM) software is surging in the wake of last year’s unprecedented disruptions, which exposed how critical real-time access to contract data should effectively respond to emerging risks and opportunities.
The U.K. delayed new post-Brexit border checks on food from the European Union to mitigate a supply chain crisis in a move that was immediately criticized as handing the bloc’s producers a competitive advantage.
Even as they struggle with one of the world’s worst COVID-19 outbreaks, nations across Southeast Asia are slowly realizing that they can no longer afford the economy-crippling restrictions needed to squash it.
Marc Gilbert, managing director of the Industrial Goods and Consumer Practices of Boston Consulting Group, reveals the findings of the firm’s latest report on global trade growth, and discusses the factors that will shape the future of trade.