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February 13, 2016
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2016 State of the Supply Chain
In 2015, many countries saw growth from 2014 flatten due in large part to unstable and fluctuating economies in a number of markets. Experts from the United States, Australia, Dubai and Brazil recently reflected on the health and wealth of their supply chains including freight volumes, expenditures and capacity, supply chain management and trends impacting third party providers in a January-February COLD FACTS article. In the United States, "falling global demand combined with a strengthening of the U.S. dollar on currency markets has hampered exports sales by making U.S. goods relatively more expensive." Read the full article, "2016 State of the Supply Chain." More

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