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Supply Chain Edge: Moving to Mexico, clearing the chip traffic jam

Australia 124 Canada 495 China 2976 Cons. Discr. - Apparel 498 Cons. Discr. - Autos 1183 Cons. Discr. - Durables 517 Cons. Discr. - Retailing 471 Corp - Ports 881 Earnings 728 Energy - Crude Oil 301 Energy - Refined Oil 198 European Union 830 Germany 244 India 513 Info Tech - Tech Hardware 800 Japan 604 Materials - Chemicals 239 Materials - Metals/Mining 753 Mexico 885 Mode - Bulk 136 Mode - Containerized 1472 New Zealand 36 Pakistan 26 Russia 119 Strikes 67 Tariffs 1798 Thailand 133 Trade Balance 932 Trade Deals 1000 U.S. 5322 United Kingdom 370

• In new research this week, S&P Global Market Intelligence looks at soccer ball supply chains, as the FIFA Women’s World Cup gets started, and finds rapid growth, rising prices and recycling challenges. US retail sales are rising, potentially aiding firms ranging from home appliances to apparel in cutting their inventories.
• HP Inc. is the latest firm to consider moving to Mexico, while Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. shows the difficulty of building new plants in the US. The latest data shows that technology supply chain activity remains depressed, and that a recovery is ...

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