Trump may have blinked postponing tariffs on Chinese goods but he may have scored a victory as companies rethink their reliance on China.
To mitigate the impact of increasing tariffs, supply chain executives should utilize real-time data analysis and AI-powered optimization.
Decoupling is still the biggest – and still growing – U.S.-China Trade War Story.
As the trade wars rage on see the reasoning as to why analysts need to remain data dependent when judging how the U.S. economy is faring.
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Tariff wars may have cooled down lately and the pricing situation may have stabilized but supply chains are not out of the woods just yet.
For US companies that have a Sino-Foreign Joint Venture in China, the new Foreign Investment Law requires action before January 2020.
Single-sourcing risk and demand volatility: Best practices for an uncertain market.
Retired astronaut Frank L. Culbertson discusses the roles of the public and private sector in the space program and why we need to go there.
A Dallas Fed manufacturing report contains surprisingly encouraging results on Trump's tariffs and the foreign retaliation they've triggered.
American manufacturing is enjoying a resurgence. These five trends help define the industry’s most pressing challenges and opportunities.
The Fed's new manufacturing production data undermines widespread predictions of a tariffs-spurred disaster for American manufacturing.