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Supply Management: How would natural disasters affect the world’s major cities?


In an increasingly globalised, digitised, urbanised global economy, risk stalks every company, country and city, writes Paul Simpson in Supply Management magazine and refers to the report authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. The report by the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies for Lloyd’s says world cities face expected losses of $4.6 trillion in economic output over the next decade as a result of catastrophes.


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