Question: You are a supply chain manager at a UK firm

You are a supply chain manager at a UK firm. In 2009, the H1N1 swine flu broke out in Mexico and the United States, potentially affecting your suppliers in the region. On the one hand, you are considering switching to a new supplier in Central Europe. On the other hand, you feel bad about abandoning your Mexican and US suppliers, with whom you have built a pleasant personal and business relationship, at this difficult moment. Yet, your tightly coordinated production cannot afford to miss one supply shipment. How do you proceed?

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