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Supply Chains Worldwide Shifting Toward ‘Just-In-Case’ Model: SAP
Global supply chains are changing their inventory models, shifting from "just-in-time" (JIT) to "just-in-case" (JIC) models amid supply disruptions and uncertainties, according to SAP UK. Almost every organization in the ...
June 9, 2022
US Flash PMI Rises in April, Inflationary Pressures Weigh Down on Businesses
Private sector output rose in the United States in April while companies shifted the burden of surging costs ...
April 23, 2022
Orders for US Factory Goods Increase 1.6 Percent: Census Report
New orders for U.S.-manufactured goods in November increased by about 1.6 percent to $532 billion, maintaining the streak ...
January 7, 2022
Australian Senator Calls for Plan to ‘Decouple From China’ as Trade Issue Escalates
In a week of escalating trade tensions with China, Senator Concetta Fierravanti-Wells has called for Australia to establish ...
May 13, 2020
Daniel Y. Teng
China’s January Factory Activity Shrinks for Second Month in a Row
BEIJING—Activity in China's vast manufacturing sector shrank for the second straight month in January, pointing to further strains ...
January 31, 2019
China Factory Growth Weakest in Over Two Years, Slump in Export Orders Deepens
BEIJING—China's manufacturing sector in October expanded at its weakest pace in over two years, hurt by slowing domestic ...
October 31, 2018
Many US Firms in China Eyeing Relocation as Trade War Bites
SHENZHEN, China—More than 70 percent of U.S. firms operating in southern China are considering delaying further investment there ...
October 29, 2018
G7 Leaders Struggle to Cope With Consequences of Green Energy Agenda
Fed Just Getting Started With Rate Hikes, Mester Says, Acknowledges Recession Risk
Laos Limits Foreign Exchange Sales Amid Looming Default Risk
Two Trump Targets Fall, Two Survive June 28 Primary Challenges
Buttigieg Warns Americans Flying Over July 4 to Brace for ‘Challenges’ Amid Airline Labor Shortages
Brazil’s Architecture Merges Traditional European and Indigenous Styles
Texas Attorney General Launches Investigation Into Walmart’s Prescription Opioid Sales
Germany Says Situation With Natural Gas Is ‘Tense’ and Could Deteriorate, After Sounding Gas Crisis Alarm
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Volkswagen, Siemens Among Companies Investing Over $700 Million to Boost EV Charger Production