Kaitlin Wowak, associate professor of I.T., analytics and operations in the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame, explains the options that food suppliers have in deciding when and where to initiate a product recall.
Shein is upending a $36 billion industry by using a seemingly ingenious combination of supply-chain savvy, data-driven clothing design and tax loopholes that came to the fore during the U.S. and in China trade war.
Brian Pomper, executive director of the Alliance for Trade Enforcement, reveals the results of a nationwide poll of U.S. voters’ attitudes toward the enforcement of agreements with the nation’s trading partners.
International trade is complex due to global networks consisting of manufacturers, business partners, suppliers, and other third parties with the possibility of risk in every link within the supply chain. To successfully mitigate these potential risks, it is important for you to understand the myriad connections that may trigger exposure.