Which countries are more at risk in the global supply chain?

Using firm-level data from the global supply network, researchers from the Complexity Science Hub (CSH) quantified countries’ exposure to production losses caused by firm defaults in other countries. According to their findings, wealthy nations are only exposed to supply chain disruptions from other high-income countries, while poor and developing nations are exposed to shocks from all countries.

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