Multinational organizations with a presence in Singapore have been impacted by COVID-19 in many ways, from supply shortages to unprecedented demand surges. They also continue to face evolving trade challenges in a complex regulatory environment.
For the first time, Thomson Reuters has released a global trade report, encompassing exclusive survey findings about the region.
Addressing the issues experienced by three significant trading territories in the Asia region – Japan, China and Singapore – the report is bound to resonate with executives looking for a pulse on the current state.
The Thomson Reuters’ 2021 global trade report shares the key findings of a survey that engaged with 200 senior executives. Many of the C-Suite and senior-level respondents were based in Singapore.
Key findings included
As the title suggests, ‘10 Global Trade Discoveries About Organizations in Asia’ outlines the headline findings obtained through the survey. They include:
- Barriers to global trade in Asia
- Strategic responses to trade tensions and COVID-19
- Shifting trade priorities to support business growth
- Compliance concerns leaders have about their organizations
- Rates of success when it comes to meeting trade targets
- Appetite for technology to support growth
If you are a business leader working for a multinational organization, which has a turnover derived moderately or significantly through global trade, this report is not to be missed. Access your complimentary copy today.