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Trade showdown

Electronics makers caught in the trade war

by Kai Ryssdal and Sean McHenry Nov 15, 2018
For one electronics maker, over half of their components come from China. They're on the tariff list.
Close of the motherboard of a digital decoder at the Technicolor plant on October 24, 2012 in Angers. The Commercial Court of Nanterre ordered last week the liquidation of the plant, the last production unit of the French group in Europe, specializing in the manufacture of digital decoders. 
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Trade showdown

How will the USMCA trade deal impact China?

by Jennifer Pak Oct 4, 2018
Some firms are adding production lines in other Asian countries.
Employees work on an SUV production line at the Beijing Automotive Group Co. in Beijing in August.
Nicolas Asfouri/AFP/Getty Images

Inside the booming black market for bourbon

by Adam Allington Jun 14, 2017
High demand and short supply mean some labels are all but unavailable in stores.
During the early 1920s, Old Pogue Distillery, (Mason County, Kentucky) sold limited quantities of its whiskey for medicinal purposes under the Old Jordan brand.
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Paris attacks renew scrutiny of Europe's open borders

by Kimberly Adams Nov 17, 2015
Many are calling for an end to the free flow of people and goods in Europe.

Chipotle's E. coli outbreak economics

by Marketplace Weekend Staff Nov 6, 2015
The restaurant chain is dealing with an E. coli outbreak, and beyond that? Big questions about its supply chain.

Wal-Mart gives suppliers a deadline to disclose factory details

by Shannon Mullen Apr 15, 2013
Wal-Mart wants suppliers to list exactly which factories they work with. The retail giant says it will cut ties with anyone who subcontracts work without permission.

Walmart warehouse temps add flexibility -- and save money?

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 27, 2012
Walmart's flexible supply chain depends on low-wage "permatemp" workers.

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States like Arizona hope to cash in on NAFTA supply chain

by Marketplace Contributor Oct 31, 2012
Exports from big states like Texas, California and Michigan have soared since the 1990s when the North American Free Trade Agreement opened U.S. markets to Mexico. But not every state has been as savvy promoting cross-border trade.
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Auto supply chain takes a hit in Germany

by Steve Evans Apr 19, 2012
A key component for building cars both here and around the world has has been nearly decimated by an explosion a couple of weeks ago in Germany.
Japan's quake

Japan's economy, one year later

by Julia Coronado Mar 12, 2012
Today the Bank of Japan is holding a meeting to talk about monetary policy for the third largest economy in the world, one year after the earthquake tsunami and nuclear disaster there.