Episode 15

Published on:

14th Nov 2023

Made in policies #1: The language of supply chain diplomacy

In October last year, Italy’s Prime Minister Georgia Meloni renamed her economic development department as, ‘The Industry and Made in Italy Ministry.’

Made in policies have become widespread. In this four part series – which looks at the impact of Made In policies and the wider political picture – we interview author and Ti Insight founder Prof. John Manners Bell about global Made in Policies, the shift away from China and the language of supply chain diplomacy.

In this episode – Part One – we explore the reasons hidden behind the new supply chain vocabulary which politicians are adopting.

Also this episode, the latest GSCi news including MSC’s acquisition of Hamburger Hafen und Logistik & UPS profits.

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About the Podcast

Ti Talks Supply Chains
Data and analysis from the Ti Insights team
Deglobalisation, China’s soft power, reshoring strategies... Navigating through supply chain trends has never been more challenging (and captivating) for strategists.
Ti Talks Supply Chains is a must-listen for global supply chain professionals. Each episode the Ti Insights research team, led by Prof. John Manners-Bell, offers lively discussion on the key trends, data and analysis impacting global supply chains.
From technology, to politics to Ocean Freight rates, our regular podcast will keep you up to date on the forces driving supply chains in 2022 and beyond.
Ti Insights research is built on data from the GSCI knowledge portal, a data powerhouse with over 1million pieces of data and analysis.

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