Rising Labor Costs in China and Their Impact on the Supply Chain

Do we move out of the Asia sphere, or is this actually where a supply chain needs to be positioned—close to an emerging market? Why would you disregard a market of this size and continue to view this portion of the globe as an export-driven manufacturing base to support western consumerism?

In, Rising Labor Costs in China and Their Impact on the Supply Chain , posted recently by Kinaxis, author, Jenny Tyrell offers an interesting perspective on some of the supply chain decisions affecting manufacturing companies with a significant global presence.

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