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Global strategies for auto suppliers

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How the U.S. should renegotiate NAFTA in a more competitive world
As global companies boost investments in fast-growing foreign markets, should the U.S. increase protectionism or further embrace globalization? The answer isn't as black-and-white as some might say, and this isn't the time to oversimplify. To start, consider these five factors. Read more at MarketWatch.
Lou Longo
Article December 13, 2017 3 min read
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10 lessons international companies learn the hard way
Looking to do business internationally? Here are the top 10 items companies tend to neglect.
Lou Longo
Article December 05, 2017 4 min read
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U.S. tax reform – What can German investors expect?
The current U.S. corporate tax system has one of the highest tax rates in the world. To attract business investment in the United States, Congress and the Trump administration are planning significant changes.
Randall Janiczek
Article December 01, 2017 3 min read
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Blockchain disruption: Are manufacturers ready?
Blockchain may be the most potentially disruptive tech advancement since the internet. Suppliers that want to remain relevant need to capitalize on its capabilities, including smart contracts and improved traceability, visibility, and accountability.
Craig Zampa
Article November 28, 2017 5 min read

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