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This paper discusses how to manage supply chain disruption risks from natural disasters or other low-likelihood-highimpact risk drivers. After the catastrophic earthquake in Eastern Japan and the severe flood in Thailand, most companies have been attempting to re-establish the business continuity plan to prevent their supply chain from disruption. However, the challenges for managers and individual risks are often interrelated, and thus, actions that mitigate one risk can end up being nodoi:10.7232/iems.2013.12.2.103 fatcat:rr5uxcxob5gcjd3siezexhfbki