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Reshoring and De-Globalization are in vogue, but will the jobs come back?

Reshoring and De-Globalization are in vogue, but will the jobs come back?

After Covid-19 pandemic upended supply chains, American companies are shifting jobs and processes to the U.S. The Wall Street Journal reports U.S. Companies on Pace to Bring Home Record Number of Overseas Jobs American companies…

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Northern Trust: Reshoring Realities

Northern Trust: Reshoring Realities

Scarcity and trade frictions are leading to major supply chain realignments. This article was originally published on northerntrust.com by Carl Tannenbaum . Shores are a popular vacation destination. People are drawn to them because of…

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Globalization of trade isn’t ending, despite Covid, war, inflation

Globalization of trade isn’t ending, despite Covid, war, inflation

Employees sort and move boxes at the Deutsche Post DHL North Asia Hub in Shanghai, China. Employees sort and move boxes at the Deutsche Post DHL North Asia Hub in Shanghai, China. Qilai Shen |…

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rade is expected to grow slightly faster in 2022 and 2023 than it did over the previous decade, according to a new report from DHL and the NYU Stern School of Business.

rade is expected to grow slightly faster in 2022 and 2023 than it did over the previous decade, according to a new report from DHL and the NYU Stern School of Business.

Trade is expected to grow slightly faster in 2022 and 2023 than it did over the previous decade, according to a new report from DHL and the NYU Stern School of Business. Many companies backed…

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Supply Chain Risk: A Unique Global Investment Thesis

Supply Chain Risk: A Unique Global Investment Thesis

vale_t/iStock Editorial via Getty Images Supply chain disruptions are heavily cited in the media and in firms’ conference rooms. The pandemic has laid bare the challenges. The semiconductor industry, owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, is…

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Inside the Industry

The Beach Riot Getaway League , based in Orange County, Calif., has launched, aimed at “the person who spends every weekend hiking, camping, kayaking, rock climbing or walking favorite trails.” Available at beachriot.com , the…

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Maintaining resilience as a new world order takes shape

Maintaining resilience as a new world order takes shape

Article information and share options By Caroline De Souza Rodrigues Cabral , Senior Economist, Swiss Re Institute & Hendre Garbers , Economist Macro Strategy, Swiss Re Institute , Senior Economist Macro Strategy, Swiss Re Institute…

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Editorial: More momentum for American made

Editorial: More momentum for American made

Someday we may come to recognize China’s rehearsals of attacks on Taiwan and the tough talk from their “wolf warrior” diplomats as the wakeup call America desperately needed. The truly bipartisan action to bring the…

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Slowing Trade Growth to Affect Ports

Slowing Trade Growth to Affect Ports

Related Content: 'Slowbalisation' Affects Ports Fitch Ratings-Milan/London-15 September 2022: Global trade and ports volumes are likely to slow down to grow in line with world GDP, Fitch Ratings says in a new report. This cementing…

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Perot: Reshoring, other trends favor Fort Worth, north Texas

Perot: Reshoring, other trends favor Fort Worth, north Texas

Ross Perot Jr. at the Southeast Fort Worth Inc. Annual Awards Luncheon on Sept. 16. (Photo by Cristian ArguetaSoto) “Don’t take this growth for granted.” That was the advice Ross Perot Jr. had for attendees…

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Biden’s visit shows high stakes of $20 billion Ohio chip factory

A previous version of this article incorrectly said that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) supported the Chips and Science Act. He voted against it. NEW ALBANY, Ohio — President Biden on Friday celebrated the start of…

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Supply Chains Aren’t Broken, at Least Not Everywhere

The world is fretting over the demise of global supply chains and the threat of deglobalization, with the US trying to lure manufacturing activity back home — or at least closer. Yet supply chains have…

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Koelnmesse signs deal with Expo Antad, Mexico

Koelnmesse signs deal with Expo Antad, Mexico

Koelnmesse to promote Antad globally Koelnmesse is one of the largest trade fair organisers of Germany, with 284,000 m² exhibition floor area Latin America’s leading food and beverage show Expo Antad has signed a partnership…

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Global Garments Market Report Size 2022 | Product Types and Application and Business Overview 2030

The recent analysis by Quadintel on the global Garments Market Report 2022 revolves around various aspects of the market, including characteristics, size and growth, segmentation, regional and country breakdowns, competitive landscape, market shares, trends, strategies,…

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Alert Tech SMT Names Electronics Manufacturing Veteran as New CFO

Alert Tech SMT Names Electronics Manufacturing Veteran as New CFO

Don Adam brings 30+ years' experience to drive reshoring growth for full-service electronics contract manufacturer HOUSTON, Sept. 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Alert Tech SMT welcomes Don Adam as their new Chief Financial Officer. The full-service…

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Multiple supply chain risks accelerate reshoring

Multiple supply chain risks accelerate reshoring

Job Announcements per Year, Reshoring + FDI, 2010 thru 2022-projected In the Reshoring Initiative 1H 2022 Data Report, the current 2022 projection of jobs announced is around 350,000 – another record and up from 260,000…

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Chinese Companies Turn to Mexico Amid U.S. Tariffs

Chinese Companies Turn to Mexico Amid U.S. Tariffs

The COVID-19 pandemic almost instantly threw a multi-year wrench into global supply chains — and highlighted the advantages of more compact logistics operations. For many U.S. companies, that has meant reshoring manufacturing operations from lower-wage…

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What’s needed to make it in America? Public-private partnerships that cultivate a highly skilled workforce

What’s needed to make it in America? Public-private partnerships that cultivate a highly skilled workforce

Getty Images It’s a common refrain we hear from every corner of our economy: too many open and not enough skilled workers to fill them. It’s particularly pronounced in the one industry that is the…

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Opinion: ‘Reshoring’ is poised to boost U.S. companies bringing business back home. Shares of these 17 companies will benefit.

Opinion: ‘Reshoring’ is poised to boost U.S. companies bringing business back home. Shares of these 17 companies will benefit.

Rockwell Automation specializes in industrial automation equipment, which is used by companies that are reshoring jobs. One of the biggest trends in foreign investing plays out right here at home. It’s called reshoring. An increasingly…

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Secular Trends to Balance Weaker Macro for US Industrials

Secular Trends to Balance Weaker Macro for US Industrials

Fitch Ratings-New York-19 September 2022: Slower global economic growth, including looming US recession risk, will pressure sales and margins for diversified industrials and capital goods companies in 2023, although near-term operations will benefit from pent-up…

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