A Digital Transformation in Supply
How advanced solutions can boost the quality of supply chains in emerging economies.
Maryam Mahdi | | Interview
Foreign aid is – and will likely remain – a topic for debate in countries on the giving end. Some believe the money should be spent on issues closer to home and others have suggested that foreign aid does nothing for inequality. But such conversations are not limited to one side of the equation – those on the receiving end also hold strong opinions about foreign donations and their capacity to facilitate change.
Although many emerging economies rely upon funding support to purchase medicines, improve healthcare infrastructure, and train staff, they are also keen to shake off the idea that they are unable to do it alone; after all, 70 percent of the world’s population lives in emerging economies (1) and they, like the citizens of every other country, have a desire to see their healthcare and pharmaceutical industries improve.
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