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QuickTake: Decentralised manufacturing post COVID19

– 3D Printing is offering agile manufacturing solutions in the current pandemic – Long term 3D printing may become more ‘mainstream’ leading to more varied and flexible supply chains – Two European countries look set to capitalise The breakdown of supply chains as a result of COVID19 lockdown measures has meant that many businesses are struggling to stay afloat. In cases like medical equipment it means that despite the increased demand there are simply no suppliers. As a result, we…

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Choose your weapon: why the G20 foreign ministers will be talking about trade

Dr. Rebecca Harding CEO, Coriolis Technologies  18th November 2019   The G20 foreign ministers will do well to brush up on game theory ahead of their meeting in Japan on 22nd November. Trade is now viewed as an integral part of national security: China and the US, and Russia, are using it as means to coerce, influence and dominate as they always have, but increasingly with a strategic focus. It has become the weapon of choice in a power struggle…

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Quick take: Trump takes on Turkey ?

Turkeys largest imports by Nation President Trump threatened on Monday to “obliterate” Turkey’s economy if the country goes “off limits”. This comes after he tweeted his decision to withdraw US troops from northern Syria, effectively giving Turkey the green light to attack the Kurdish fighters that the Erdogan regime views as terrorists. Imposing sanctions would likely push Turkey yet closer to Russia and China, its first and third largest sources of imports ahead of the US, which comes in fifth.…

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