Archive for 2008

Another productive year is coming to an end. It’s been our pleasure bringing you the trends that are changing the way the world does business, and solutions to help keep up. No doubt 2009 will be as heavy in industry-transforming developments, and we look forward to delivering the information you need to succeed.

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…Trade Barriers Toughen Up, Airbus and Boeing to Prop Up Carriers, Fed Sets Record Rate Cut and Firms Make Fewer Layoffs.

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Plus: Budget-Friendly Holiday Decorations for the Cubicle, and Christmas Songs Sharks Prefer.

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Manufacturers today face increasing pressure to accelerate product time-to-market, reduce costs and deliver more high-quality products to customers. Achieving these goals requires companies to enhance communication and CAD collaboration across a widely dispersed supply chain.

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Trade and globalization policies played an enormous role in the latest presidential election. Now that Barack Obama has been elected the next president of the U.S, how and when will the president-elect address trade – particularly NAFTA – after being sworn into office next month?

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In a bit of good news to U.S. auto parts suppliers who are dreading the ripple effect of a possible Detroit Three downfall, the WTO has determined that China’s auto parts tariffs to be in breach of international trade rules.

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…U.S. Trade Deficit Grows, Cost Pressures for Manufacturers, European and UK Output Outlook, a Global Economic Recession and the Euro’s 10th Birthday.

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