After Tianjin: Renewed Focus On Chinese Supply Chains

July 1, 2016 Yovana U. Samy-Duchesne

In the months since the Tianjin disaster, investigations have revealed more about who was to blame, and over 100 officials have been named as responsible. It has left many companies wondering “What if these were my suppliers?” and perhaps “Am I doing enough due diligence in my Chinese supply chain?”

This new white paper from EcoVadis explores this cautionary tale, and renewed focus on due diligence in Chinese supply chains in the wake of this incident.

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