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    1. The crisis in Japan had a major impact on supply chain management on a global level.
      In Spotlight: Ten years on - lessons from a tragedy
    2. The Japanese economy was severely affected by the global economic recession, appreciation of the yen and declining stock prices. However, there were signs of recovery with the improvements in production and exports due to the normalisation of the supply chain which had been disrupted by the Great East Japan Earthquake.
      In Panasonic completes 'normalisation" of supply chain after Japan quake
    3. Japan and Thailand have set a whole set of hares running.
      In Spotlight: What will hi-tech supply chains look like in 2012?
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    2. Surged Measured in Air Cargo Supply Chains

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (9 hours, 40 min ago)

      ... 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

    3. 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)

      Mentions:   Japan   Asia   China

    4. Walmart puts faith in SA's future

      Explore BDlive (Jun 22 2014)

      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

    5. 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

    6. 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

    7. 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

    8. 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

    9. What the Age of the Consumer Means to Industrial Manufacturing: A Conversation with Simon Ellis, Part II

      Explore Supply Chain Nation (Mar 11 2014)

      What the Age of the Consumer Means to Industrial Manufacturing: A Conversation with Simon Ellis, Part II ... do I respond quickly if something that I can’t really predict happens, such as the earthquake and tsunami in Japan? I mean, you can sit back and say there’s going to be an earthquake in California and you’d be right. Th... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Unilever   California   Japan

    10. Japan to invest $32bn in resource-rich Africa

      Explore iol.co.za (Feb 6 2014)

      ...uate study opportunities for 1 000 African students in Japan in the period. These students would learn about Japan’s hi-tech environmental protection equipment and safety techniques so that these could be transferred to... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Japan   South Africa

    11. Shrink Losses Totaled $112 Billion in 2012

      Explore Apparel Magazine (Nov 12 2013)

      ...ses noted in shoplifting, employee theft and organized retail crime. The lowest shrink rates were recorded in Japan (1 percent of retail sales), followed by Hong Kong, Australia and Germany (1.1 percent). The U.S. came i... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Brazil   Mexico

    12. Glover takes up reins at WorleyParsons South Africa

      Explore Engineering News (Nov 6 2013)

      Glover takes up reins at WorleyParsons South Africa ... TWP Holdings CEO Digby Glover has been appointed CEO of WorleyParsons South Africa. Glover, who had been... Japan is currently developing programmes to implement the undertakings it made at the fifth Tokyo Internationa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Japan   South Africa

    13. AEL looks to grow SA market share

      Explore Engineering News (Nov 6 2013)

      AEL looks to grow SA market share ... TWP Holdings CEO Digby Glover has been appointed CEO of WorleyParsons South Africa. Glover, who had been... Japan is currently developing programmes to implement the undertakings it made at the fifth Tokyo Internationa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Japan   South Africa

    14. SA weighs appointment of more IPPs, as green-energy portfolio expands to R150bn

      Explore Engineering News (Nov 4 2013)

      SA weighs appointment of more IPPs, as green-energy portfolio expands to R150bn ...egions in terms of defence spending in the world, State-owned Denel said on Monday, adding that Southeast... Japan is currently developing programmes to implement the undertakings it made at the fifth Tokyo Internationa... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   Japan   South Africa

    15. Lighting firm suing Eskom for harmful claims contained in official bid documents

      Explore Polity.org.za (Oct 15 2013)

      Lighting firm suing Eskom for harmful claims contained in official bid documents ...esburg-based company is the sole distributor of EYE xenon-sodium lamps, which are manufactured by Iwasaki, of Japan, and which have been widely used across South African industry for many years. MD Howard Page tells Eng... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Eskom

    16. Heat over R6bn ‘emergency’ plant

      Explore iol.co.za (Oct 14 2013)

      Heat over R6bn ‘emergency’ plant ...oval was only valid for four years. The consortium is made up of GDF Suez Energy (France/ Belgium), Mitsui (Japan) and the local groups Legend Power Solutions and the Peaker Trust. Legend Power directors include prom... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   France   Eskom

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