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Apple’s China Problem

Logistics Viewpoints

But by far the biggest impediment to smooth running supply chains is how difficult it will be for many companies to disengage their supply chains from China. First, there were the China tariffs of the Trump years. China, of course, is likely to react to these measures in ways that may be hard to predict. That did not happen.

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China is Moving to Mexico with Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen

The Logistics of Logistics

Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen and Joe Lynch discuss why China is moving to Mexico. Key Takeaways: China is Moving to Mexico Jorge Gonzalez Henrichsen is Co-CEO of The Nearshore Company, where he helps North American, European, and Asian manufacturing companies to successfully establish reliable manufacturing operations in Mexico.

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Complete Decoupling from China is Not the Answer

Enterra Insights

One of the things highlighted by the pandemic was the danger of relying too heavily on China’s manufacturing sector. This realization, coupled with China’s more aggressive foreign policy and its growing domestic authoritarianism, has prompted talk about America decoupling its economy from China’s. ”[1].

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Geopolitical Risks to Supply Chains: China, Russia, and Beyond

Enterra Insights

China and Russia People often refer to the “elephant in the room” when discussing obvious challenges that must be faced. Business professionals, however, are more likely to worry about two other metaphorical animals in the room — China’s dragon and Russia’s bear.

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Global Trade and Decoupling from China

Enterra Insights

Together with military alliances, trade agreements helped bind together the major free-market democracies, their growing prosperity serving as an effective counter to the centrally planned economies of the Soviet Bloc and the People’s Republic of China.”[1]. Hyper-globalization and the rise of China. ”[1]. political aisle.

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China claims it has cracked Apple AirDrop’s encryption

IT Supply Chain

By Michael Covington (pictured) VP of Strategy, Jamf The post China claims it has cracked Apple AirDrop’s encryption appeared first on IT Supply Chain.

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Lack of Trust Between the USA and China Could Affect the Future of the Globe

Enterra Insights

According to author Charles Mann , economic trade between China, Europe, and the Americas can be traced back hundreds of years to the summer of 1571. Cold-eyed, globe-trotting traders, they are from opposite ends of the earth: Spain and China. China war that would make Ukraine look like a neighborhood dust-up.”[2]

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