In an era of hyper-globalization, complex supply chains blanket the world, forming intricate webs between manufacturers, suppliers, shippers, retailers, consumers, government officials and other actors into a worldwide marketplace. This ceaseless flow of goods, services, and data is a defining characteristic of the modern age.
Supply Chain Experts
Vice President for Strategy & New Initiatives; Senior Advisor to the Mexico Institute
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The intimate connection between the geopolitical and economic challenges facing the United States has never been clearer. Only a coordinated approach between government, private sector and foreign allies will ensure that the U.S. meets these challenges successfully.
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Director, Asia Program and Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise