Supply Chain / Business Interruption
News, insights and thought leadership for re/insurance professionals with an interest in supply chain and BI.

Ecuadorian gov't and indigenist protesters reach agreement to lift strike

The Ecuadorian administration of President Guillermo Lasso and indigenist demonstrators have agreed to lift the current series of protests following a cut in the price of fuel, it was reported in Quito.
The Ecuadorian administration of President Guillermo Lasso and indigenist demonstrators have agreed to lift the current series of protests following a cut in the price of fuel, it was reported in Quito.
en.mercopress.com / Article / 1 day ago

Cocoa child slavery lawsuit against Hershey, Nestle, Cargill dismissed by US judge

The long-running US child slavery lawsuit involving cocoa supply chains operated by Hershey, Nestle, Cargill in Cote d’Ivoire has been dismissed by a federal judge in Washington DC.
The long-running US child slavery lawsuit involving cocoa supply chains operated by Hershey, Nestle, Cargill in Cote d’Ivoire has been dismissed by a federal judge in Washington DC.
confectionerynews.com / Article / 1 day ago

Japan power plant shutdown raises fear of shortage in sweltering heat

Japan's electricity grid creaked on Thursday under the strain of Tokyo's hottest June since records began, with the unexpected shutdown of a power plant raising fears that tens of millions of people could be deprived of power on another scorching day.
Japan's electricity grid creaked on Thursday under the strain of Tokyo's hottest June since records began, with the unexpected shutdown of a power plant raising fears that tens of millions of people could be deprived of power on another scorching day.
reuters.com / Article / 2 days ago
Physical infrastructure at growing risk of geopolitically motivated cyber-attacks

Physical infrastructure at growing risk of geopolitically motivated cyber-attacks

Lloyd’s has published a new report highlighting the risk of cyber-attacks which could inflict significant physical damage on national infrastructure and privately owned assets...
Lloyd’s has published a new report highlighting the risk of cyber-attacks which could inflict significant physical damage on national infrastructure and privately owned assets...
Report / 2 days ago

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