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Supply Risk Monitoring 2009
Supply Risk Monitoring (SRM) Draws on global operational network, and analytical engine –SRM website provides quick overview of current Stratfor assessments of key countries Provides timely, and detailed intelligence on possible disruptions to company supply chains –Helps anticipate and avoid costly threats to increasingly complex and vulnerable supply chains –Integrates all Stratfor product lines—geopolitical, protective, and public policy –Originally developed very large retailer
Supply Risk Monitoring (SRM) Proprietary tools and processes to assess supply chain vulnerability via defensible and replicable rating system Quantifiable risk assessed by Stratfor Analysts Weighted assessments of seven key variables: –Terrorism and Insurgency –Crime –Political and Regulatory Environment –Labor Unrest and Action –Natural Disasters –International Frictions –Nongovernmental Organizations
Supply Risk Monitoring (SRM) Coverage North America – US, Canada Latin America – Mexico, Haiti, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Dom Republic, Nicaragua, Brazil, Peru, Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay, Costa Rica, Chile Europe – France, Italy, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, Belgium, Poland, Bulgaria, Czech Republic Former Soviet States – Russia, Ukraine Middle East/North Africa – Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Jordan, Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, Oman
Supply Risk Monitoring (SRM) Coverage Sub-Saharan Africa – Kenya, South Africa, Mauritius, Lesotho, Swaziland East Asia – Philippines, Indonesia, China, Cambodia, South Korea, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Thailand, Mongolia, Japan, Australia, Singapore, Taiwan, Fiji, Macao, Brunei Darussalam, Vietnam South Asia – India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal
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