Firms in China lack emergency plans

Firms in China lack emergency plans

Shanghai : China | Jul 02, 2012 at 8:42 AM PDT
Source: Japan Times
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While an increasing number of firms are setting up bases in China, the results indicate their risk-management measures remain insufficient even though the March 2011 calamity and extensive floods in Thailand last year revealed the need to secure their supply chains for emergencies. FULL ARTICLE AT Japan Times
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