Recently, Russia began an invasion of Ukraine in the biggest attack seen on the European continent since World War II. The U.S., EU, UK, Canada, Japan, Australia, Taiwan, and Switzerland are now mobilizing the most severe sanctions possible that include export prohibitions, and sanctions across banks, State-Owned Enterprises, and Russian elites.
It is rapidly becoming more difficult each day to fully understand the sanctions that are being imposed across the world, and the short- and long-term effects on the global economy.
This program will discuss the following:
- Recent sanctions across the world that affect manufacturers and other companies.
- Potential strategies to effectively navigate supply chain challenges and complex international sanctions that may cause disruptions.
- Immediate sanction effects across markets and commodities.