"Weaponising” of natural resources means stability has become integral for supply chains, president Moon Jae-in says © JEON HEON-KYUN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images
"Weaponising” of natural resources means stability has become integral for supply chains, president Moon Jae-in says © JEON HEON-KYUN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

South Korea promises fund to stabilise supply chain costs

23 February 2022

“Weaponising” of natural resources means stability is now more important than efficiency for supply chains, according to South Korean president Moon Jae-in.

Moon has promised to create a state fund to ensure a steady supply chain of raw materials as the country looks to protect its manufacturing industry in the face of rising global tensions.

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