Briefing | Converging crises: Taiwan and supply chains


The ongoing tensions in the Taiwan Strait have once again put the spotlight on how key trends and developments in Asia are driving global supply chain vulnerability. As well as the current Chinese military pressure on Taiwan, the effects of the ongoing US-China decoupling and the impacts of China’s zero-Covid strategy are causing disruption in the movements of goods, and threatening the production of critical parts such as semiconductors. 

In this briefing, our subject matter experts will give their forecasts for the key issues driving the global supply chain crisis, with a focus on Asia. These include the Taiwan crisis, continued Covid-19 disruption and Sino-American tensions and rivalry. We will also give our assessments for how and where supply chains are shifting, and the potential risk implications of this. The briefing will also include an opportunity for attendees to pose questions to our panel.  

We look forward to you joining. Places are limited and preference will be given to Dragonfly clients.

Date: Friday 19 August
Session 1: 0930hrs BST | 1630hrs SGT
Session 2: 0900hrs PDT | 1700hrs BST

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