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Supply Chain Edge: Dealing with forced labor, going back to school, restricting computers and tin

Ags - Grains/Beans 297 China 2965 Cons. Discr. - Apparel 490 Cons. Discr. - Autos 1172 Cons. Discr. - Durables 509 Cons. Discr. - Retailing 463 Consumer Staples 756 Earnings 721 Energy - Renewables 180 India 506 Indonesia 96 Info Tech - Comms Equip 218 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 789 Japan 597 Malaysia 141 Materials - Chemicals 231 Materials - Metals/Mining 746 Metals - Steel 508 Mexico 878 Myanmar 17 Sanctions 156 South Korea 571 Strikes 64 Taiwan 205 Tariffs 1787 Theme - Canals 128 U.S. 5310

• In three new research reports this week, we dig into US retail supply chains in the back-to-school shopping season, India’s new restrictions on imports of personal computers and the potential effects of Myanmar’s mining restrictions in the tin sector.
• Reports of forced labor issues have emerged in two sectors this week. In apparel, H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB is reportedly investigating allegations of mistreatment at its suppliers in Myanmar. First Solar Inc. has reportedly found issues among its suppliers in Malaysia.
• Weak consumer discretionary demand is still taking a to...

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