Supply chain shift: It’s not just a bottleneck problem – it’s a tech monopoly problem

July 9, 2019 Alessandro Pasetti

Even though the heat has been turned down, at least momentarily last week, in the US-China trade dispute, the odds are short that supply chains will have to continue to adjust to geopolitical risk – which is set to surge, rather than fall rapidly, in the next quinquennium, whether or not President Trump stays (our base-case scenario) or goes next year.
Meanwhile, a slew of other external factors hitting the daily ...

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