Supply and Expense

August 22, 2008

By The New York Times

“Globe-spanning supply chains – Brazilian iron ore turned into Chinese steel used to make washing machines shipped to Long Beach, Calif., and then trucked to appliance stores in Chicago – make less sense today than they did a few years ago.”


The New York Times, Aug. 3

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