Title: Politics & Policy: Global Trade, Supply Chain Disruptions & Risk
Duration: 1 hour
As the U.S reemerges from the pandemic, Biden’s foreign and trade policies are coming into greater focus, many with a stark contrast to the previous administration. Biden’s recent G7 Summit appearance culminated in evolving strategies poised to realign the U.S. with the European Union on aspects of health, climate policy and ideological expansion of democratic ideals. What can organizations expect with Biden’s stance on China? What are the long-term effects of Biden’s Executive Order on America’s Supply Chains?
Join us to gain exclusive insights and analysis from Panjiva Analysts, Jessica Drun and Chris Rogers, alongside co-founder of Quantifind and Senior Fellow at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. This discussion will be an interactive deep dive into the unique global supply chain challenges in trade, supply chain disruptions and aspects of national security, whether expanding employee access to PPE, navigating national security issues associated with trade and supply chain fragility or mitigating the lingering effects and the path to innovation for government agencies.