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Apple USA Manufacturing Move - Sentimental or Serious?
Apple USA Manufacturing Move - Sentimental or Serious?
Is Apple's plans to manufacture Mac computers in the USA a tip of the hat to consumers who'd rather not buy from a company under fire labor abuses in China, or does it portend a sweeping strategy toward regional manufacturing?
Supply Chain

Supply Chain programs cover topics including:
Consulting, Counterfeit Components, Distribution, Facilities, Logistics, Market Trends, Mergers and Acquisitions, Outsourcing, RoHS, Standards, Training and more.
Authored By:
Pamela J. Gordon
Founder and President
Technology Forecasters, Inc.

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