It has been a roller coaster ride for trade regulation in the U.S. tire industry over the last eight years. With Chinese tariffs renewed in 2015 and manufacturers pivoting production towards other Asian countries in order to continue to import tires into the U.S., will trade protection policies increase under Trump and would Goodyear be ready?
How will the UK’s Innocent Drinks (the little smoothie company that could), deal with potential consequences of Brexit?
When President Trump walked away from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to put America First, the biggest loser was the people of Vietnam. But the Vietnamese government has other means to integrate into global supply chains.
The United States is at extreme risk from a global trade war due to its heavy Boeing exposure. Boeing planes are front-and-center targets in a contentious debate over protectionism.
In an increasingly inward-looking world, corporate CEOs need to reach out more than ever before.
A small US manufacturer sells 60% of its products to foreign companies. If the US adopts a protectionist trade stance and increases antidumping duties on foreign countries, there's a good chance foreign countries will respond with duties of their own. As a small player in this international market, what can the US manufacturer do to mitigate the risks that duties destroy their future profitability?
Earlier this year, Yuxi city seized 19 tons of smuggled chicken feet, a popular dish or snack in China. China was the largest US export market for chicken and chicken parts in the late 2000’s and the demand has since […]
Can a small island produce the world’s best football (soccer) by itself? Will English professional football survive Brexit intact?
BMW’s operations in the UK face severe challenges due to Brexit – Does the German carmaker’s supply chain disintegrate because of a protectionist vote?
Tesla has chosen to produce their parts and products in-house. Will this start a new manufacturing trend or lead to the demise of the company?