With China’s recent falling stock market affecting other world and U.S. stock markets, it is prudent to look at how disruptions in China might affect you and your business.
Following years of double-digit economic growth, the Chinese growth rate fell this past summer to its lowest level since 1990. This slowdown, Chinese stock market volatility, and other variables are combining to potentially put at risk delivery of raw materials and finished goods from Chinese suppliers.
Posed in this week’s full PDF…
…are five questions to help you determine if and to what degree your company might be vulnerable to Chinese supplier disruptions.
Proactively considering potential negative impact along with strategically planning to account for disruptions greatly reduces financial and operational risks for your company.
Los Angeles and Southern California executives looking at these challenges can benefit from talking with a provider of outsourced CFO services. A resource of this nature is experienced in identifying supply chain risk points and developing alternate supplier strategies.