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Ukraine’s Crisis Impact On Supply Chains

The Logistics Point is an independent logistics and supply chain digital magazine. Audience includes top managers and decision makers from the logistics and supply chain industry, who are based in the UK, USA, Canada, the EU. Read an article from Sam New (Senior Principal Analyst, Supply Chain Research, Gartner) about Ukraine’s Crisis Impact On Supply Chains.
Article: here 

Report and Webinar: Prospects for Transitioning from a Linear to Circular Economy in Developing Asia

A new Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI)-Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra report examines Asia’s potential to phase out resource-intensive consumption in favor of a climate-friendly and sustainable circular economy, to be discussed by the authors during a launch webinar on 1 March.
Report: here     Link Webinar: here

Jede Menge Buchrezensionen: Schlüssel für China-Kompetenz

Prof. Dr. Helwig Schmidt-Glintzer (u.a. Direktor des China Zentrums Tübingen) hat neue Bücher in Sachen China im Fachbuchjounal (1/22) vorgestellt. Autoren: Nicola Spakowski, Lothar Ledderose, Can Xue, Ai Quing, Anja Blanke, Tilman Spengler, Anette Mertens mit Mareile Flitsch, Bing Zhou, Rafi Khatchadourian, Gulbahar Haitiwaji, Philipp Mattheis, Daniela Schwarzer, Hermann Simon, Nele Noesselt, Tenzion Geyche Tethong, Kurt de Swaaf, Marcia Bjornerud, Jan Krusche.
Mehr: hier

Ten Highlights of China’s Commercial Sector 2022

Fung Business Intelligence and the Expert Committee of the China General 
Chamber of Commerce have published the 19th edition of the annual Ten 
Highlights of China’s Commercial Sector report (Jan 2022).
PDF: here

European Commission imposes anti-dumping measures on fasteners from China

(17 Feb. 2022) The European Commission published a regulation imposing anti-dumping duties on certain iron or steel fasteners imported from China. Duties have been set between 22.1% and 86.5%. The measures follow an investigation which showed the presence of significant dumping on the market, with Chinese imports heavily undercutting European sales prices and therefore injuring the European fasteners industry.
More: here