Good supply chain crucial for recovery from Covid-19 impact


Companies also should consider how any potential supply chain disruption may affect their operations and financial results, the report suggested.

KUALA LUMPUR: Sectors hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic are likely to see the strongest recovery as pent-up demand is released and production ramps up, but this is provided the supply chain is fixed, according to a report by Baker McKenzie and Oxford Economics.

These sectors include motor vehicles and parts, electronics, textiles, headline manufacturing, and aerospace and other transport equipment.

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