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Supply Business editor Rebecca Ellinor selects a recent article highlighting key considerations for global procurement and supply chain professionals.
  • China increases rare earth exportsThe full quota for export of rare earth materials has increased by 2.7 per cent. China is responsible for 90 per cent of global rare earth supply.

Risk management articles

  • Spotlight © Shutterstock Five tips to keep your supply chain out of the spotlightWhat can businesses do to effectively manage supplier relationships and decrease the risk associated with international partners? Martin Berr-Sorokin provides some guidance.
  • Wedding couple kissing in rain © Shutterstock How risk-free is your supply chain?Filed accounts and credit scores are an incomplete guide to supply chain risk, argues Richard Nixon of Collinson Grant
  • Woman looking through binoculars © Shutterstock Fears for tiers – why supply chain visibility is vitalRecent scandals have put growing pressure on businesses to make their supply chains more transparent. Andrew Swift looks at how companies can address this.
  • Babs Omotola © Akin Falope Growth in the pipelineAndrew Pring meets Babs Omotowa to find out how the managing director and chief executive officer of Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas meets the challenges in the industry.
  • Andrew Pring © Akin Falope Critical challengesSupply Business editor Andrew Pring looks at supply chain disruption and other challenges for 2014.
  • Sound bites - January 2014Executives, 
politicians and authors on matters 
of business, procurement 
and supply.
  • LEGO shop © Shutterstock Round-up - January 2014LEGO to build sustainability; GM appoints Barra as new CEO; Procurement lacks board support; Category management is a top priority for buyers; Cyber risks ignored by most; Africa is next on offshoring list.
  • "Working on wellness" illustration © Rob Ball Working on wellnessCEOs and leaders have been ploughing money into schemes to improve the health and fitness levels of their workforces. Why? Rima Evans reports.
  • Dick Russill illustration Executive Coach - September 2013The evolution of portfolio models; supply chain risk; and attaining the next level of performance.
  • Flooded city © Dreamstime Round-up - September 2013The seven factors of supply chain failure; Gartner: demand planning is key; Corporate virtualisation; Unauthorised IP poses supply risk; UK optimism over expenditure; Buyers 'should rank suppliers'.
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