Dennis McRae, senior director of consumer and industrial products with West Monroe, explains why it has become "very feasible" for manufacturers to shift operations from China and other parts of Asia back to the U.S.
Ray Huang, head of Asia and principal engineer with Exponent, provides an update on the progress of factories in Asia and elsewhere in resuming full operations — and discusses the obstacles that might stand in the way.
Robert Sanders, associate professor and chair of national security at the University of New Haven's Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice & Forensic Sciences, reviews the legal implications of lawsuits against China for botching that country's response in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Thomas O’Connor, senior director analyst with Gartner, relates the lessons that manufacturers and retailers can learn from China, which is just now emerging from lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ron Leibman, head of the transportation, logistics and supply chain management practice at McCarter & English LLP, outlines some the legal issues and complications that are likely to arise as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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