Violent clashes between security forces and protesters in Nicaragua in the last month, fueled by the reform promoted by the current government of Daniel Ortegathe, has led to severe transportation shutdowns that have affected the transit of products through the territory as well as the export of crops such as coffee or cocoa. Businesses are advised to implement contingency plans and closely monitor ongoing developments in the country.Read more
Multiple strike actions and protests have disrupted supply chains and logistics activities across Brazil since mid-May 2018, including in the automotive sector, a key industry in Latin America’s largest economy. Read this article to learn the latest insights from Resilience360 about how manufacturing in the country is being impacted.Read more
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