India hopes to build on the critical role it played in providing medical products during the Covid pandemic © AFP/Getty Images
India hopes to build on the critical role it played in providing medical products during the Covid pandemic © AFP/Getty Images

Can Indo-Pacific deal boost supply chain resilience?

2 September 2020

India has “wholeheartedly” backed an initiative to boost the resiliency of supply chains in the Indo-Pacific region, according to a government minister.

Piyush Goyal, India’s minister of commerce and industry, Simon Birmingham, Australia’s minister for trade, tourism and investment, and Kajiyama Hiroshi, Japan’s minister of economy, trade and industry, shared plans to work together on an initiative to strengthen supply chains to launch later this year. 

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