APEC Global Supply Chains Resiliency Survey
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APEC Global Supply Chains Resiliency Survey

At the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Trade Ministers Meeting in July, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment, launched the APEC Global Supply Chains Resiliency Survey.

The survey is supported by the Australian Government and implemented by the Global Trade Professionals Alliance (GTPA) on behalf of the APEC forum.
The survey aims to help governments understand the impact of COVID-19 on supply chains and how businesses have responded. The results will help APEC develop their work program and policies to assist businesses during the COVID-19 economic recovery and beyond.

Large and small to medium-sized businesses and sole traders are encouraged to share their views.

The survey can be accessed here.