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In continuation of Baker McKenzie’s Asia Pacific webinar series on the business impact of COVID-19, we bring you another panel of legal practitioners to share practical insights on further issues that impact your businesses.

In this webinar, we reflect on supply chain impacts and discuss ways in which businesses are navigating these disruptions and working to protect their supply chains.

Our panel of trade experts share observations from the ongoing disruptions and explore management strategies being adopted in the immediate, medium and long term.

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Anne Petterd is a partner in Baker McKenzie's Singapore office. Anne Petterd focuses on technology, telecommunications, customs and export controls, and consumer and commercial law issues. Much of her practice involves online, telecommunications and IT businesses as well as defence and government procurement. She previously worked with the Australian Government Solicitor. She also worked in Baker McKenzie's London office for 18 months and seconded to major telecommunications and information technology service providers.

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Riza Buditomo is a partner in Hadiputranto, Hadinoto & Partners' Tax & Trade Group in Jakarta. He focuses on corporate commercial and tax, and trade matters including export/import, customs, supply chain, food industry, direct-selling, anti-dumping, and corporate commercial work.

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Ms. Cheung is a partner in the dispute resolution practice at Baker McKenzie in Hong Kong, focusing on company insolvency and commercial litigation.