February 11, 2022

Global Businesses Should Remain Agile and Optimistic in 2022

Indianapolis Business Journal

Government and regulatory affairs partner Matthew Levy authored an article for the Indianapolis Business Journal that highlights why global businesses should remain optimistic about 2022, citing reasons such as policies the U.S. government has implemented for relief and high merger and acquisition activity.

Levy addresses supply chain disruptions as well. He notes President Biden’s Executive Order 14017, from Feb. 24, 2021, which has led federal agencies to investigate disruptions of supply chains and logistics and to implement relief measures.

The article also expands on the emphasis the U.S. government has been making on enforcing the benefits of existing trade agreements and on how US-China relations are poised to remain low in 2022.

Levy concludes that U.S. businesses should review their supply chains critically, identify ways to diversify, and monitor global events to ensure that they can remain agile during any further disruptions.

The full article is available for Indianapolis Business Journal subscribers.

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