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Latest Articles in supply chains

Corporate Revenue Seen Growing 6% In FY22 As Second Wave Takes A Toll: Ind-Ra

Lower revenue growth is likely to test the credit profile in FY23 due to the moderation in consumption and investment demand outlook and smoothening out of supply chain issues, and the consequent possible moderation in prices

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Moving Towards Net Zero

The series comes ahead of the Leaders Summit on Climate to explore the role that our private sector plays in achieving new levels of climate leadership and unpack what net-zero goals for key sectors look like.

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2021- The Game-Changing Year For India’s Growth

The Indian economy is well poised to lead the global economic resurgence, with the Indian manufacturing sector playing a pivotal role. We foresee 2021 to be a game changing year for the Indian economic growth.

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Death Of The Forecaster

Demand planning tools that are currently used by organizations sit on siloed legacy systems that lack the capability to pull together various leading indicators of demand.

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Reimagining The Manufacturing Sector

Supply chains efficiency will increase by reducing complexity with AI and machine learning to deliver the right product to the right customer at the right time and drive profitability.

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Auto Cos Need To Map Vulnerabilities, Realign Supply Chains To Meet Challenges: Report

Stating that the Indian auto industry needs to deploy crisis management, governance and supply chain intelligence, the report also said the critical first step would be to identify a company's key direct suppliers and dependencies - both in the supply and the demand side.

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India Startups Seek High-Tech Solutions To Colossal Food Waste

Enormous amounts of India's grain, fruit and vegetables rot between farm and table because of manual handling, repeated loading and unloading, poor inventory management, lack of adequate storage and slow movement of goods. This rate of wastage from faulty supply chains is four to five times that of most large economies, experts say.

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US passes Bill requiring firms to disclose connection with forced labour in China's Xinjiang

US passes Bill requiring firms to disclose connection with forced labour in China's Xinjiang

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Decision on developing global supply chains should be based on trust not only on costs: PM Modi

Decision on developing global supply chains should be based on trust not only on costs: PM Modi

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India, Japan, Australia underscore necessity to enhance resiliency of supply chains in India-Pacific region

India, Japan, Australia underscore necessity to enhance resiliency of supply chains in India-Pacific region

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Will Anti-China Sentiments Go A Long Way In Pushing The Domestic Players?

Indian market is less critical for Chinese exporters vis-a-vis the Chinese market for Indian exporters; India accounts for only 3% of China’s aggregate goods exports while China’s share in Indian merchandise exports is higher at 5%

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Nascent industry recovery underway after unlocking measures: FICCI-Dhruva Advisors

Nascent industry recovery underway after unlocking measures: FICCI-Dhruva Advisors

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How Blockchain Is Vastly Improving Pharmaceutical Supply Chains And Delivering Safer Drugs

Countries like India and China specifically are very vulnerable to counterfeit products, as are several other Southeast Asian countries.

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Singapore Ramps Up Rooftop Farming Plans As Virus Upends Supply Chains

The current COVID-19 situation underscores the importance of local food production, as part of Singapore's strategies to ensure food security," authorities said in a statement.

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ADB To Provide $200 Million To Support Strained Supply Chains In Fight Against COVID-19

The funds will be made available through ADB's supply chain finance programme and provided to selected companies within weeks.

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