Nine years ago the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals released a "Global Perspectives" publication about what had rapidly become a key node in the global manufacturing supply chain of many companies: China. A great deal has changed in the country since then. China's economy has entered the stage of a "new normal," shifting from 30 years of rapid expansion to a period of medium expansion.
In recognition of the changing times, CSCMP has put out an update to the previous edition of CSCMP Global Perspectives/China with new material and research. Author Charles Guowen Wang looks at how the country is responding to profound changes in the international environment and the economic downturn and what it means for logistics and supply chain management.
Wang identifies six major trends and implications for logistics and supply chain management in China:
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