Golden Agri-Resources targets full supply chain traceability

Golden Agri-Resources is hoping to achieve 100 per cent traceability in its palm oil supply chain by 2020.

International credit risk: diverse views aired at our annual event yesterday

Impassioned but good-humoured debate raged at the now-annual fixture, during which a panel of six guest experts discussed their diverse views and experiences of company credit risk assessment techniques.

World Customs Organisation develops new transfer pricing instrument

A new instrument has been developed showing how transfer pricing data can be taken into account in the course of verifying customs value.

Finance firms using digital tech to aid compliance

The Economist Intelligence Unit has published a study showing that most financial services firms are using digital technologies to comply with ethics-orientated regulation.

Innovation 'essential' in procurement

The desire to innovate and evolve is crucial for any procurement function that wants to succeed and grow, according to an IBM procurement manager.

Most firms working on digital supply chain initiatives

Seven out of ten executives responding to a survey said they had started digital supply chain transformation efforts.

OECD set to review progress on profit shifting recommendations

The OECD will host a meeting next month to review progress on its base erosion and profit shifting recommendations.

Ad-blockers 'a serious threat' for digital marketers

Ad-blockers are one of the biggest threats digital marketers face, according to Accenture.

Businesses warned over poor knowledge of data protection rules

One in five IT decision makers in the UK are unaware of EU data protection rules announced two years ago, according to research.

Mobile tech 'transforming' supply chain risk management

A chief marketing officer has highlighted the impact mobile technology is having on supply chain risk management.

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