Until recently, U.S. manufacturers in China had no choice but to ship their exports out of Hong Kong. But as Nike Inc. recently found out, that's hardly the case today.
Nike has cut the cost of shipping Chinese-made footwear by moving it through the Port of Mawei. That's the closest Chinese port to Fuzhou, site of the largest of four regional Nike factories.
|"If I've got to have a 50-page document with all kinds of boilerplates, I don't call that a relationship."- Jack Roscoe of Nike|
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