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Supply chain: too lean, too mean, too late now

March 18, 2011 // Peter Clarke

Supply chain: too lean, too mean, too late now

Analysts are trying to think through the implications for global manufacturing of the lost and damaged production of materials, equipment and ICs in Japan as a result of the devastating earthquake of one week ago. Despite some differences of opinion it is becoming increasingly clear that the world will now be asked to pay a price for the past globalization of the electronics industry.


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