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Supply Chain Challenges and Implications for the Canadian Economy

December 9, 2021

Supply chain disruptions are dampening Canada’s economic recovery, slowing growth, pushing prices higher and weakening the labour market. Even when pandemic-induced disruptions end, businesses will continue to restructure their supply chains, making them shorter, more regionalized and embedding greater redundancies. Sohaib Shahid will discuss the challenges facing global supply chains, how long they may be expected to last, and implications for economic growth, inflation, and monetary policy.



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Sohaib Shahid Director of Economic Innovation, Conference Board of Canada Sohaib Shahid

Sohaib Shahid is Director of Economic Innovation at the Conference Board of Canada. Before joining the Board, Sohaib led TD Bank’s Global Economic Forecast and informed clients on the Canadian and U.S. outlook. Before relocating to Toronto, he was based in Washington D.C., where he worked as an economist at the IMF and the World Bank on a wide variety of countries and a broad range of issues. Sohaib is an economic thought leader whose work has been covered extensively by leading media outlets such as the Globe & Mail, Maclean’s, BNN Bloomberg, and the Financial Times. He holds an MA and a PhD in Economics from the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland.

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