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Supply Chain Edge: Athleisure swims after flying

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Athleisure apparel supply chains are changing rapidly, both in terms of tactical measures, such as the use of air freight discussed by Lululemon, and strategic decisions regarding regional sourcing. Apparel supply chains are in flux more broadly, with new subsidies from the government of India and a shift away from Myanmar by Fast Retailing. Consumer electronics inventories remain elevated because of falling demand, while yet another Apple supplier is looking to expand its manufacturing operations in India. Supply chains continue to get greener, with Volvo experiencing a shift in sourcin...

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