The Global Economy and Long-Term Consequences of the COVID Crisis
$7.6 trillion. This is the Congressional Budget Office’s estimate of the economic output lost to the pandemic over the next decade in the United States alone. Even as the global economy rebounds, the international financial, political, and social impacts will continue for years to come. What does this mean for healthcare supply chain leaders?
Deeply reliant on international markets, particularly in Asia, healthcare is uniquely vulnerable to uncertainties and disruptions. Understanding the complexities of international relations is key to ensuring continuity in your supply chain. Drawing on her first-hand expertise as a former diplomat and now advisor to US CEOs, Anja Manuel will untangle the long-term international economic implications of the COVID-19 pandemic and share insights into its impact on your supply chain.