Unformatted text preview: even greater restraint in geopolitical adventurism than the more general rising standard of living that McDonald’s symbolized. No two countries that are part of a major global supply chain will fight a war against each other because they want to make JIT deliveries of goods and services and enjoy the rising standards of livings that come with that. c. For a country with no natural resources, being part of a global supply chain is like striking oil. d. The reason you can have a strong Japan and a strong China at the same time “is because of the supply chain.”...
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- Supply Chain Management, Brittany Stephen PSC, Classic geopolitical conflicts