HSBC Indonesia Economics Forum was held to discuss Indonesia’s opportunity after Covid-19
The Pandemic of Covid-19 has halted almost all of global trade networks and shippings. Logistics providers grapple with decelerating recoveries of supply, ongoing demand disruption and secondary waves of infection. Globalization and trading that aroused world economy as we know it has gone into silence.
Companies now will likely need more warehouse space to keep more goods on hand to guard against potential shortages, and manufacturers looking to reduce the risk of disruption will start shifting some production from one country to the others that are closer to home.
This was conveyed by the President Director of PT Bank HSBC Indonesia Francois de Maricourt during his opening of the HSBC Indonesia Economics Forum webinar recently.