Global MFG - Oct 21, 2021
Global MFG - Oct 20, 2021
What Happens When the World’s Key Metal Exchange Has No Metal?
What happens when the London Metal Exchange runs out of metal? That’s the question the exchange is urgently trying to address for its flagship copper contract, which sets the global price for one of the world’s most important commodities.
The problem stems from the LME’s physical nature: anyone holding a contract to expiry becomes the owner of a package of metal in an LME warehouse. On the other hand, anyone who has sold one must deliver the metal when the contract expires.
Mark Burton | Bloomberg.com #china #supplychain
Global MFG - Oct 14, 2021
China's growing power crunch threatens more global supply chain chaos
A growing power supply crunch in China is triggering blackouts for households and forcing factories to cut production, threatening to slow the country's vast economy and place even more strain on global supply chains.
Jill Disis | cnn.com #china #economy #supplychain
Global MFG - Jan 15, 2020
U.S., China reset trade relationship with Phase 1 agreement
Jeff Mason and Andrea Shalal | Automotive News #china #tariff
Global MFG - Jul 15, 2019
Global MFG - Jul 8, 2019
The Lost Art of Building Supplier Relationships
Paul Ericksen | IndustryWeek #china #oem #supplier
Global MFG - May 20, 2019
China Trade Conflict Brewing for 20 Yrs
Paul Wiseman, Martin Crutsinger, Christopher Rugaber | Industrial Equipment News (IEN) #china #manufacturing #trade
Global MFG - Aug 28, 2017
Efficient U.S. factories compete with China's cheap labor
Michael Dunne | Automotive News China #automation #china
Global MFG - Apr 3, 2017
If US trade with China is so unfair, why is GM the best-selling car there?
Tim Fernholz | Quartz #automotive #china
Global MFG - Feb 8, 2017
Why US Trade with Mexico and China Could Not Be More Different
Adams Nager | Industry Week #automotive #china #mexico #reshoring #trade