In recent years, U.S. manufacturing growth has been virtually stagnant. Are things finally on the rebound? While the manufacturing picture is modestly improving, a range of issues and risks stand in the way of a return to full factory-sector health.
As supply chains deepen, companies are exposed to ever-growing counterparty risk. This is particularly relevant for large entities. Risk evaluation requires tracking a number of quantitative metrics which signal danger well ahead of time. Companies are wise to evaluate supplier risk continuously to minimize disruption to their production.
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