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Professor Robert Whitelaw explains why some companies have returned their supply chain operations to the US

Excerpt from China Radio International -- "I do think that most of the re-shoring that we have seen--and I think it's a good point that this is not a huge, huge wave yet--is really driven by business reasons. Companies are really looking to better control their supply chain. So it's things like speed and quality and flexibility that they have by having the supply chain stay in the US, which they just can't get by having it in China or Vietnam or Cambodia or elsewhere."

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