In General

The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent events have led to supply chain distress across countries and industrial ecosystems, putting economic players – especially SMEs – in very difficult situations.

Last year, the EC committed a study on the supply chains disruptions. The output – published in March 2022 – was a paper :

  1. proposing a methodology to detect and analyse supply chains disruptions
  2.  investigating the relation between the import price variation and several dependency indicators, as well as long-term demand variations in order to understand the likely determinants of price pressures associated with shortages
  3. exploring possible avenues for further research

The first issue is available HERE

Supply Chain Task Force Bulletins are available to get a view on different sectors (tourism, construction, machinery, electronics, agri-food, energy-intensive industries, etc ) over the time:

Image credits : Supply Chain Task Force – DG GROW

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