The pandemic was obviously a public health emergency from which we are still recovering.  Adding to it, we lived through the effects that the pandemic brought onto the U.S. economy.  Supply chain disruptions that stemmed from issues such as crowded ports, winter storms and raw material shortages, continue to persist.  The country is still trying to regain its footing.

As we navigate through these economic issues, remember that domestic and global economies are intertwined.  So, how have Asian economies fared during this time?  Not as good as one might hope— or what is needed.  Read how the stalling Asian recovery may prove to be an emerging weak link in the global economic chain.

What are your thoughts?  Let me know!

~ Brian Kasal- The Leadership Matrix

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