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The role of state subsidy in supply chain management is often overlooked, despite billions of dollars of taxpayers’ money being spent on incentivizing manufacturers, retailers or logistics companies to base their production facilities, headquarters or distribution centres in a certain region.

Financial incentives, tax policy and free trade zones are significant factors in supply chain networks, locations and facilities. In our latest whitepaper, Ti’s CEO John Manners-Bell examines the impact of subsidies on supply chains and the potential complexities they present.

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