Could Coronavirus Disrupt Supply Chains For Arizona Businesses?
COVID-19 has caused some big dips in stock markets across the globe, and an economic adviser to President Obama wrote this morning that there is “reason to be concerned about the ultimate economic impact of the coronavirus in the U.S.”
A number of states do a lot of trading with China, which is the epicenter of this outbreak, and those states include Arizona.
Hitendra Chaturvedi, a professor of supply chain management at ASU’s W.P. Carey School of Business, joined The Show to talk about how the coronavirus, and the fear around it, could affect companies and their supply chains.