As the tariff dispute between the U.S. and China continues to create uncertainty, U.S. businesses are considering all alternatives to maintain cost-effective production.
Is “Made in China” still a top choice for American manufacturers?
What American food retailers can learn from China’s push to integrate e-commerce mobile technology into existing brick-and-mortars. A smartphone becomes a magic wand in the hands of shoppers inside two new Chinese supermarkets owned by e-commerce giants Alibaba and JD.com.
Despite recent tariff issues between China and the U.S., America’s largest trading partner remains a viable entity for U.S. brands looking to produce global exports. This one consideration can make all the difference when selecting the best supplier.