The recent NotPetya cyberattack underlined the need for organisations to address their exposure and how to mitigate the risk.
A shortage of trained staff and a forecast declining labour market mean that radical reform will be needed to retain investors’ interest in the country, a report suggests.
Despite the country’s latest financial bailout, the outlook for Greek corporates over the next year is no better than mixed according to trade credit insurer Atradius.
The just-concluded talks on reviving the Trans-Pacific Partnership have repercussions for international trade, particularly in the absence of the US as a TPP member.
While offering a range of benefits, smart contracts also present users with major challenges and won’t fix inefficiencies in a company’s supply chain.
While protectionism has gained greater publicity in recent years, there is good reason to believe that trade barriers will continue to be removed.
Steel producer thyssenkrupp and chemicals group BASF were among the multinationals to report on their experiences at the recent SAP Ariba Live event in Prague.
The business network held its latest three-day event this week in Prague, which highlighted how swiftly the process is being transformed.
Already an established event in Europe, this month has seen the first Supply Chain Finance Community Forum Asia bring together treasurers, procurement directors, banks, tech vendors and academics in Singapore.
A global survey by The Economist Intelligence Unit and Standard Chartered finds that nearly half the firms participating believe they will be more efficient within five years, while one in three sees them becoming longer and more complex.