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TAPA APAC Lookout Magazine – September 2021

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Supply chain attacks against the open-source ecosystem soar by 650% – report

The last year has seen a massive rise in the number of software supply chain attacks aimed at upstream public repositories, a new report...

China’s factory, consumer sectors stumble on COVID-19 disruptions

China’s factory and retail sectors faltered in August with output and sales growth hitting one-year lows as fresh coronavirus outbreaks and supply disruptions threatened...

Storms From Texas to China Set to Worsen Global Ship Snarls

Global supply chains already tangled by the pandemic, labor shortages and sustained consumer demand in the U.S. are getting walloped by another disruptive force:...

Google launches digital twin tool for Logistics and Manufacturing

Google today announced Supply Chain Twin, a new Google Cloud solution that lets companies build a digital twin — a representation of their physical...

China’s leading status in AI, quantum sectors is coupled with urgency of self-reliance

Top officials from China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said the country will promote new emerging industry clusters, including the layout of...

Asean ministers to start talks on regional digital economy agreement by 2025

As Asean continues to grapple with Covid-19 cases and an uncertain recovery, its economic ministers have committed to conducting a study on a region-wide...

Vietnam closures push retailers to shift tactics, suppliers ahead of the holidays

Vietnam announced it would extend lockdowns in Ho Chi Minh City until the end of September. New pandemic restrictions in multiple countries were leading...

DHL Supply Chain launches the India Fulfilment Network to propel India’s e-commerce

DHL Supply Chain, the global market leader in contract logistics, launches its latest offering – the India Fulfilment Network (IFN), in Bangalore today. This...

RFID and sensor tech get cheaper, faster and more pervasive

Sensors and automatic identification have already transformed supply chains. RFID tags and scanners, barcodes, QR codes, and handheld or fixed position scanners and imagers...
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