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Reshoring, Corporate Strategy & Globalization — Overriding Low Wages & Low Taxes? …. Not Likely.

Over the last two years the Boston Consulting Group published two studies assessing global business strategy and leadership in the era of globalization. Two salient conclusions jump out from these studies. One, U.S. firms are likely to return some off-shore manufacturing … Continue reading

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Trade Remedy Actions — Which countries are the biggest users and biggest targets? — Some Surprises.

Which countries are the biggest users of trade remedy actions? Which countries are the most often targets of these investigations? What are the global trends in these cases? Here’s some very interesting data from the WTO concerning antidumping cases, countervailing … Continue reading

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