Ti: Apple contributes to restructure of electronics supply chain
TRANSPORT INTELLIGENCE reports: The restructuring of global supply chains away from China is continuing. Apple has just announced that it ...
Whatever happens between Presidents Xi and Trump at the G20, it looks like these men are carving the earth into two spheres of influence. As I wrote earlier this month, this could turn out to be a good thing if it sparks a technological race between the two zones, because technology is the principle driver of economic growth.
But corporations like Apple – let alone a slew of other shippers – need to work out quite quickly if they can successfully ...
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