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CEOs Urge ‘Civility’ In Supply Chain Dealings; ‘We’re Going To Come Out Of This At Some Point’

Executive Summary

Today’s global supply chain is trying, but there’s opportunity amid the frustrations for companies to strengthen vendor and customer relations that pay off down the road, according to contract manufacturing and consumer product CEOs speaking to HBW Insight.

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