Terrorist attack on global supply chain could threaten food, medical, fuel
from Supply Chain Digital
Governments must step up cooperation to stop attempts by terrorists to send shipments in the global supply chain, U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has warned. The devastating result of an attack on the supply chain "could be that people across the world would find empty store shelves for food, serious shortages in needed medical supplies or significant increases in the cost of fuel," the Homeland chief said. Napolitano was speaking in Brussels after meeting with European Union officials and said countries had to work closely together in an effort to protect the supply chain, which she said was crucial to the global economy.
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