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The Global State of Trade: Sourcing Away From China, Re-Shoring, and Beyond (Part 1)

Panjiva recently teamed with the Global Sourcing Council to carry out a survey (you can read the summary findings in the press release here) exploring trends in trade and global sourcing. On a recent flight, I digested some of the findings from the e...
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