Resilience Podcast #9 – Myanmar
The garment industry is most affected by the crisis. First, firms could not secure raw materials from China. Then, orders dropped because the crisis hit Europe.
We are at the dawn of a new era in which organisations operating in Asia and Europe will rethink the way they do international business. The coronavirus-pandemic has brought about a simultaneous supply and demand shock for many industries. As yet, the consequences are not clear. But the political and socio-economic fallout companies that operate internationally in ways they haven’t been challenged before. This, of course, also poses significant challenges for Euro-Asian business.
Every departure into a “new reality” requires stories. The best way to get a detailed picture how firms adjust to the crisis is to see what actually happens in the respective regions.
In responding to the growing need of companies for suggestions in dealing with the Covid adversity, we have collected insights and impulses from leading experts on Asian Business.
The podcast series covers a range of regions. Theyshed light on pressing issues facing the world of Asian business.
Podcast as Audio File