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    1. The natural disasters in Japan and Thailand during 2011 caused widespread supply chain and business interruption failures for the automotive and other industrial manufacturing sectors. These events served as a wake-up call for all organizations to more carefully evaluate the interdependencies of their global operations.
      In Supply chain disruption among ‘greatest risks businesses face’
    2. The scale, scope, and rapid evolution of the Japan crisis was unprecedented and was a key test of the preparedness and resiliency of operations across many industries.
      In Supply Chain Council examines emergency response
    3. For Japan, it's the threat of earthquakes.
      In Risk mitigation for future supply chain planning is key
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    2. SA top renewable-energy investment destination, says global firm

      Explore Polity.org.za (Jan 20 2015)

      SA top renewable-energy investment destination, says global firm ...ntry achieve top status [with] renewable-energy investors [from] countries such as China, the US, Germany and Japan. “The vast amount of natural resources available in South Africa, the country’s severe energy shortage ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   South Africa   Germany

    3. IMF lowers growth outlook for commodity exporters, SA included

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      IMF lowers growth outlook for commodity exporters, SA included ...lowered its 2016 forecast to 3.7%, reflecting a reassessment of prospects in China, Russia, the Euro area and Japan as well as weaker activity in some major oil exporters. The 2015 growth outlook for the US, however, wa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   IMF   Russia   Japan

    4. The Productivity Challenge of an Aging Global Workforce

      Explore Harvard Business Review (Jan 16 2015)

      The Productivity Challenge of an Aging Global Workforce ...retail-sector productivity could rise by 14% by 2020. Innovation in health care is transforming the sector. Japan managed to cut the average length of stay in expensive hospital beds by a full week since 2000 by moving... (Read Full Article)

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    5. Nuclear tender to follow talks with potential vendors

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      Nuclear tender to follow talks with potential vendors ...says procurement process will now be designed and launched, after talks with US, South Korea, Russia, France, Japan and China GOVERNMENT has made “significant progress” in engaging with prospective nuclear vendor countr... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   South Korea   Japan

    6. Global jitters rock JSE

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      Global jitters rock JSE ...r the day. GLOBAL jitters following poor manufacturing data from China and the eurozone and the downgrade of Japan’s sovereign credit rating by Moody’s, triggered widespread panic selling of stocks on Monday, which some... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   Japan   China

    7. Full steam ahead for resurgent Transnet

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      Full steam ahead for resurgent Transnet ...tom out.” It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good and in this case it may be the tsunami at Fukushima in Japan in 2011 that will have a spin-off for Transnet. “That made some countries in Europe say coal-fired powe... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Canada   Transnet

    8. DA: Dr Dion George says cut wasteful expenditure, not the budget

      Explore Polity.org.za (Oct 21 2014)

      DA: Dr Dion George says cut wasteful expenditure, not the budget ...uth Africa has one of the largest cabinets in the world, with more cabinet ministers than the US, Germany and Japan, all of which have much bigger economies and broader tax bases. With 35 ministerial portfolios, the posi... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   IMF   Japan   South Africa

    9. Nuclear vendor workshops will allow potential suppliers to strut their stuff

      Explore BDlive (Oct 20 2014)

      Nuclear vendor workshops will allow potential suppliers to strut their stuff ...mat-Pettersson would be signing similar agreements with China during the first week of November 2014 and with Japan at a later stage. The department said the National Development Plan encouraged the government to conduc... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   South Korea   Japan

    10. Surged Measured in Air Cargo Supply Chains

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Sep 2 2014)

      ... a year ago. The fortunes of the region’s carriers are tied to the strength of major economies such as China, Japan and South Korea, which are expanding again after a slowdown at the start of the year. Capacity grew 4.0%... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   South Korea   Japan   China

    11. Negotiating with Bullies

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jul 7 2014)

      Negotiating with Bullies ...nsportation company.  The class of about 20 Supply Chain Managers came from across Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China, and Korea) to attend.  It was truly an honor to work with these very talented and extremely smar... (Read Full Article)

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    12. Walmart puts faith in SA's future

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      Walmart puts faith in SA's future ...pital. Business thrives in an environment underpinned by social cohesion and solidarity. That is why Finland, Japan, Norway and Sweden rank high on the global competitiveness league tables. Rustenburg, in North West, ha... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Walmart   Africa   Japan

    13. Corruption Cloud Hangs Over Qatar's World Cup 2022

      Explore allAfrica.com (Jun 9 2014)

      Corruption Cloud Hangs Over Qatar's World Cup 2022 ...ng body, paid a total of some 5 million to bribe some of those voting to choose Qatar over the United States, Japan, South Korea, and Australia. The accused briber, 65-year-old Qatari Mohamed bin Hammam, has been boote... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   London   Brazil

    14. New supplier development body set up to stimulate infrastructure localisation

      Explore Engineering News (Apr 24 2014)

      New supplier development body set up to stimulate infrastructure localisation ...energy-company|engines|eskom|ge-south-africa|industrial|locomotives|public-enterprises|transnet|water-company|japan|south-africa|united-states|energy|equipment|social-infrastructure|transport-industry-term|infrastructure... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   South Africa   Transnet

    15. Is a new nuclear programme for SA affordable?

      Explore Polity.org.za (Apr 15 2014)

      Is a new nuclear programme for SA affordable? ...good technical analyses or on international political considerations (regarding relations with China, France, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the US)? "The process should be transparent," he affirmed. The Energy Research... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Russia   South Korea   Japan

    16. Long Live Services Procurement! The World is Made Up of People, Not Widgets

      Explore Spend Matters (Mar 28 2014)

      Long Live Services Procurement! The World is Made Up of People, Not Widgets ... 79.7 percent of the economy in the US, 78.3 percent of the economy in the UK, 71.4 percent of the economy in Japan and 71.1 percent of the economy in Germany. Now getting back to my argument: it’s precisely these marke... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   SAP   Japan   France

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