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How to Survive the Trade War If You're an American Firm in Asia

How to Survive the Trade War If You're an American Firm in Asia

U.S. firms operating in Asia are adapting to global trade uncertainty with a range of survival tactics, from re-branding products to tweaking their supply chains.

  • December 07, 2018
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How to Survive the Trade War If You're an American Firm in Asia

Gerry Mattios, an Expert Vice President with Bain & Company in Southeast Asia, says firms are tinkering around the edges to ease the negative impact of U.S. and Chinese tariffs. Judging by somewhat benign U.S. consumer inflation, firms have managed to absorb the extra costs or pass them on to parts of their supply chain, Mattios said.

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