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    1. Input cost increases have been a steady headwind to margins for some time now, Metals and energy pricing, forex and China wage inflation are more difficult to forecast.
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    2. Flows out of equities into cash have reached capitulation levels, especially in the US, but it's significant that a revival in optimism towards China has survived the global correction.
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    3. The advancement of sustainable agriculture is an important component of China's agriculture policy. The 12th Five-Year Plan adopted last year set out clear objectives for the development of sustainable agriculture in the new era, especially the need for speeding up agricultural modernisation.
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    2. Palladium poised for record annual high

      Explore BDlive (15 hours, 27 min ago)

      Palladium poised for record annual high ...the metal last year. At the same time, demand is showing signs of picking up as car sales rise in the US and China — major markets for the petrol-powered vehicles that use a higher proportion of palladium than diesel-po... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   London   Russia

    3. Samsung finds child labour at China supplier

      Explore BDlive (Jul 14 2014)

      Samsung finds child labour at China supplier ...ying with China’s laws on overtime. Samsung said it demanded immediate action to correct such behaviour. But China Labor Watch executive director Li Qiang said last week that Samsung’s social responsibility reports were... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   South Korea   China

    4. Negotiating with Bullies

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jul 7 2014)

      Negotiating with Bullies ...tion company.  The class of about 20 Supply Chain Managers came from across Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China, and Korea) to attend.  It was truly an honor to work with these very talented and extremely smart peopl... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Japan   Asia   China

    5. Iron ore majors benefit as smaller Chinese rivals shut down

      Explore iol.co.za (Jun 23 2014)

      ... low-cost mines. Iron ore worth about $40 billion (R426bn) a year is mined in China. “Many smaller mines in China have stopped production due to the falling prices,” said Sarah Wang, a Shanghai-based analyst with Maste... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Brazil   China

    6. Mozambique: Anti-corruption office confirms illegal timber exports

      Explore allAfrica.com (Jun 19 2014)

      Mozambique: Anti-corruption office confirms illegal timber exports ... declared in China massively exceed the exports declared in Mozambique. According to the EIA report, in 2012 China recorded imports of wood (logs and sawn wood) of 450,000 cubic metres. Yet for the same year Mozambique ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Africa   South Africa   China

    7. Falling copper price may help Eskom keep lights on

      Explore BDlive (Jun 13 2014)

      Falling copper price may help Eskom keep lights on ... means the extent of the practice is difficult to measure, some estimates put the total outstanding credit in China at 220% of gross domestic product. If the figures are anywhere close to accurate and collateral fraud l... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   Johannesburg

    8. Riskiest Countries for Business: FM Global Ranks Nations by Supply Chain Resilience

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jun 11 2014)

      ... to natural hazards. All three regions of the U.S. rank in the top 25 and China’s regions rank 61, 66 and 75. China’s weakest grouping, which includes Shanghai, ranks particularly low as a result of poor risk quality due... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Brazil   Mexico   South Korea

    9. Procurement In 2025: Transparency

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (Jun 10 2014)

      Procurement In 2025: Transparency ...c emerging demographic groups and even entire nations. As one consumer CPO put it: "Today’s youngest kids in China and the U.S. will grow up with no hang-ups about sharing their life stories with the outside the world, ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   Ernst & Young

    10. Are Retail Executives Fighting the Last War?

      Explore Supply Chain Nation (Jun 10 2014)

      Are Retail Executives Fighting the Last War? ...sumer, and the old tactics won’t work. PwC surveyed over 400 retail CEOs from North America, Europe, Russia, China, South Africa and Australia to find out more about their priorities and investment strategies to win the... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Australia   Tesco   Walmart

    11. New Focus on Supplier Relationship Management

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jun 9 2014)

      ...ts Report can be downloaded at http://www.sourceoneinc.com/downloads/SRM-Insights-Report.pdf. Having visited China many times, I can confirm that the Tiananmen Square massacre is a taboo topic. ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China

    12. “Known Unknowns” in Global Supply Chains

      Explore Supply Chain Management Review (Jun 2 2014)

      ...lded parts globally. In order to source from China an intermediary is hired (in Europe, probably known or in China, certainly less well known) who deals with an unknown supplier. The more global the supply chain becomes... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   France   China

    13. JSE iron producers slump on oversupply worries

      Explore iol.co.za (May 16 2014)

      JSE iron producers slump on oversupply worries ...ne, a trader at Lehumo Capital. The annual global seaborne iron ore market is about 1.2 billion tonnes, with China accounting for 820 million tonnes, or about 68 percent, in 2013. Up until recently the market has been ... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Reuters   China   Johannesburg

    14. Will China Bring Your Firm New Owners, Partners, or Competitors?

      Explore HBR Blog Network (May 13 2014)

      Will China Bring Your Firm New Owners, Partners, or Competitors? ...ts that are made in China. American multinational firms are accustomed to selling to Chinese customers within China. But what happens when China goes West? What are the implications for corporate America when Chinese fir... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   America   Africa   China

    15. Zanaga shaves $2bn off cost of Congo iron-ore project

      Explore MiningWeekly.com (May 8 2014)

      ...ates, we calculate a 16% internal rate of return using a long-run iron-ore price of $90/t cost and freight to China – versus our $98/t estimate – driven primarily by low operating expenditure (opex) and grade premium,” t... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   China   Johannesburg

    16. Where Does The Purchasing Function Go From Here?

      Explore Procurement Leaders Network (May 7 2014)

      ...w one of the dominant sourcing destinations, despite the particular challenges that come with it. The rise of China redefined the competitive landscape in a massive way and helped put corporate social responsibility (CSR... (Read Full Article)

      Mentions:   Turkey   Electrolux   Mexico

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