Supply Chain Crisis: What’s Ahead for 2022
The Great Supply Chain Disruption will continue into 2022, with the potential for new, unexpected shortages that will hit companies and add to inflation. In the spring of 2021, IHS Markit went into the face of conventional wisdom and warned that the disruptions would get worse. Now, drawing on IHS Markit's proprietary knowledge and databases, our experts will lay out the challenges in 2022 for shipping and transportation, manufacturing, autos, computer chips, energy, agribusiness, metals, input costs, labor availability, geopolitics, ESG, and economic impacts - and how they all interact.
In a uniquely-informed dialogue led by IHS Markit vice chairman and Pulitzer Prize winner, Daniel Yergin, we'll detail the dynamics of the crisis and what it means for business in 2022.
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