The CVBT Podcast: The coronavirus recession is coming

23 minutes


• Global supply chains are unprepared

• “We’re in for a global recession”

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The COVID-19 coronavirus may well trigger a massive worldwide economic downturn. That’s the warning from  global supply chain expert Nada Sanders, who is a distinguished professor at Northeastern University in Boston.

She says the COVID-19 outbreak is not just a rapidly spreading disease, it’s having a multidimensional domino effect on the world’s businesses. Ms. Sanders says Wall Street and many economists underestimate the dynamics of the global supply chain.

She joins us for this special CVBT Audio Interview Podcast….

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