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Fall+2011+M412+Class5 - M412 Physical Distribution and...

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M412 Physical Distribution and Logistics Management Prof. Mark Frohlich [email protected] Office BS 4042
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Today’s Class Chapter 3 - Global Dimensions of Supply Chains Outsourcing and China Other textbook concepts
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NAFTA and Indiana http://www.i69info.com/
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Globalization Forces Cheaper skilled labor Demand growth available to companies in foreign and emerging markets Various subcomponents and technologies available in different regions and locations Government policies and local content requirements
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The Phenomenon of “Hollowing Out” Companies without production in home markets 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 North America Western Europe % Source: The Outsourcing Institute About one-fifth of the output of U.S. firms is produced overseas
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Top destinations for North American and Western European outsourcing for the next three years Western Europe (10) India (8) Mexico/Central America (10) Central Europe (14) South East Asia (10) Eastern Europe (15) Eastern Europe (11) India (12) China (16) United States/Canada (16) China (22) Western Europe (percent) North America(percent) (percentage of companies indicating entry and expansion plans) Exploiting Global Sources Source: The Outsourcing Institute
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Leading Exporters and Importers in World Merchandise Trade (Billion dollars and percentage) 18 3.0 235.4 Belgium 10 18 3.4 255.3 Belgium 10 8 3.2 245.0 Canada 9 8 3.6 272.7 Canada 9 20 3.4 262.8 Netherlands 8 15 3.9 292.1 Italy 8 18 3.7 290.8 Italy 7 20 3.9 294.1 Netherlands 7 14 4.9 382.9 Japan 6 9 4.1 304.6 United Kingdom 6 19 5.0 390.5 France 5 17 5.2 386.7 France 5 13 5.0 390.8 United Kingdom 4 34 5.8 437.9 China 4 40 5.3 413.1 China 3 13 6.3 471.8 Japan 3 23 7.7 601.7 Germany 2 4 9.6 723.8 United States 2 9 16.8 1303. United States 1 22 10.0 748.3 Germany 1 change % Share Value Importers Rank change % Share Value Exporters Rank Annual Annual http://www.wto.org/english/res_e/statis_e/its2004_e/section1_e/i05.xls
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Pacific Rim Hong Hong   Kong Kong Singapore Singapore Myanmar Myanmar Malaysia Malaysia Japan Japan Taiwan Taiwan Australia Australia China China Thailand Thailand Korea Korea Philippines Philippines Indonesia Indonesia Vietnam Vietnam
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course BUS 412 taught by Professor Frohlic during the Spring '11 term at IUPUI.

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