India rejects UN supply chain support to tackle Covid

28 April 2021

India has rejected UN supply chain assistance in its battle against the latest coronavirus wave, claiming its own supply chains are robust enough to manage.

UN spokesperson Farhan Haq said: “We offered the assistance of our integrated supply chain if it was required. We’ve been told at this point that it’s not needed because India has a reasonably robust system to deal with this.”

 Want to stay up to date with the news? Sign up to our daily bulletin.

To read the rest of this article you need to sign in:
Don't have an account? Register here

JOIN CIPS

Not a CIPS member? Why not join CIPS to access a full range of benefits, including:

  • Access all areas of the CIPS Knowledge on-line library including tools and templates and Supply Management stories.
  • Enhance your network and get connected to a global community of 120,000 in 150 countries.
  • Stay in touch and up to date through member only events and branch meetings.
  • Annual subscription to Supply Management magazine.
  • 10 per cent discount on all training courses, workshops, seminars and conferences.
  • Up to 15 per cent discount on books from the CIPS book store, including course books and a range of further reading text books.

And much more. Click here to join >

LATEST
JOBS
Homeworking
£75,000 - £90,000 + fantastic bonus package
Evolve Commercial Ltd
United Kingdom
£55,000 - £65,000 + fantastic bonus package
Evolve Commercial Ltd
SEARCH JOBS
CIPS Knowledge
Find out more with CIPS Knowledge:
  • best practice insights
  • guidance
  • tools and templates
GO TO CIPS KNOWLEDGE