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Coronavirus Risk Assessment - Auto & Auto Parts Manufacturers
The escalation of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak poses a high risk to the auto part and automotive sector. A high level of risk stems from the virus’ negative impact on the industries that make up the auto part and automotive sector.
Coronavirus Risk Assessment - Commodities, Chemicals & Raw Materials Manufacturers
Manufacturing output and profitability have been harmed due to raw material shortages. Due to China’s presence as a major supplier for raw materials, metals and most commodities, businesses are scrambling to effectively source manufacturing materials from new vendors outside of the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Coronavirus Risk Assessment - Construction, Engineering & Real Estate
Fears of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak spreading are affecting the construction, engineering and real estate sectors. The construction industry in particular is bracing for sluggish short-term growth caused by supply chain disruptions.