APEC Global Supply Chains Resiliency Survey

The Global Trade Professionals Alliance (GTPA), supported by the Australian Government and on behalf of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum, is undertaking the APEC Global Supply Chains Resiliency Survey.

Australian Trade, Tourism and Investment Minister, Senator The Hon Simon Birmingham, launched the survey at a meeting of APEC Ministers Responsible for Trade on 25 July.

The survey is open to all businesses and other relevant organisations, including in Malaysia.

The COVID-19 pandemic and its ongoing impact has increased the relevance and urgency for building resilience in global trade and supply chains. Whether you work in an industry or government organisation supporting international businesses, a large business, a small to medium-sized business, or if you are a sole trader in any economy around the world, your views are important to help APEC policymakers understand the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.

By giving 20 minutes of your time to complete this online survey, you can help us to better plan and support your business and organisation’s needs now and in the future.

Click here for the link to the survey.

More information is also available on the GTPA’s media release: https://www.gtpalliance.com/trends-transforming-trade/apec-global-supply-chains-resiliency-survey-launched