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Ask The Expert - Impact of the disasters in Japan on U.S. manufacturing supply chain - Recording

Views: 570 Published: 27 Sep 2011 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Just when the world's third-largest economy was showing signs of recovery from last year's economic contraction, it was handed a repair bill estimated of approximately $300 billion. The disaster has not only affected Japan but has hit supply chains worldwide.

In an effort to understand issues relating to the disaster in Japan, Deloitte Consulting LLP conducted the survey: Impact of the disasters in Japan on U.S. manufacturing supply chain. Deloitte will be presenting survey findings to IACCM. We'll discuss:

  • What are the major areas that have experienced near-term impacts following the disaster?
  • What are the potential future and longer-term impacts?
  • What are the questions companies should reflect on in the wake of a similar global supply chain disruption?


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