Wuhan’s Butterfly Effect on Supply ChainsAugust 31, 2021
It’s quickly approaching two years, November 2019, when the COVID-19 was circulating in the area of Wuhan, China infecting the first cluster of humans. Since the first reported outbreak of COVID-19, a lot has happed around the world. However, that first cough or sneeze is likely the cause of the current global supply chain disruptions.
but·ter·fly ef·fect (in chaos theory) the phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere. – Oxford Dictionary
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