Taiwan, China and the Risk of Global Supply Chain Disruption

April 12, 2022

Russia’s war on Ukraine has shown how geopolitical risk can quickly disrupt global supply chains. It has also reignited concerns about China’s intentions towards Taiwan, an island state that China claims as its own. In this webinar, Geraint John, VP Interos Resilience Lab, explains:

  • Taiwan’s importance to the global economy and supply chains
  • Why Taiwan is on the frontline of the U.S.-China superpower battle for supremacy
  • The impact that either a military conflict or major natural disaster could have
  • Recommendations for addressing your risk exposure to Taiwan

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