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Reshoring: 18 Months of Supply-Chain Chaos Might Finally Turn the Tide

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Executives battling 18 months of supply-chain disruption, container shortages, port pileups and escalating labor costs might finally be warming up to the idea of bringing production back to the US of A. The chaos that has subsumed global supply chains since March last year might effectively catalyze the nearshoring movement, according to UBS equity research…

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