MENA bosses 'among most concerned about supply disruption'

14 December 2021

Business leaders in the Middle East are among the most concerned about the impact of ongoing supply disruption on their operations, according to a global survey.

According to a study by YPO, which surveyed 1,700 chief executives from 101 countries, most respondents expected major supply chain issues to last until at least the end of next year.

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