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Vietnam sourcing still problematic for Adidas, Nike

Vietnam benefited from the surge in U.S. imports over the past year, building on successes claimed during the U.S. China trade war and rising with overall trends. The country saw U.S. imports increase by 36.0% year over year in August, but the outbreak of COVID-19 and subsequent lockdowns saw ... Read more →


Chinese retail imports decline as leisure, e-commerce lead sales

U.S. retail sales growth steadied at 15.4% year over year, down slightly from 15.9% year over year in July. Growth against August 2019 was also coincidentally 15.4%, showing that the post lockdown boom was in full swing by last August. Sports and leisure retailers continued to show the largest... Read more →


IKEA, Adidas, seek recovery in Vietnam as new outbreak looms

The Vietnamese army has increased lockdown measures designed to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the country as the tragic outbreaks intensify. These measures, essential to bring the virus under control, will likely have impacts throughout global supply chains, especially manufacturers that swit... Read more →


Walmart takes control of shipping to meet retail demand

U.S. retail sales grew by 13.9% in July estimates, continuing a long string of growth that is tapering off. Some of this may be driven by a slowdown in non-store retail that only grew by 3.7%, potentially indicating that e-commerce is hitting headwinds, while imports of consumer discretionary ... Read more →


LONGi, JinkoSolar power imports despite safeguards

The U.S. International Trade Commission is starting a review of solar panel safeguard duties under Section 201. This a scheduled review as part of the safeguard duty process every five years. U.S. import data shows that the safeguards have not been particularly effective in decreasing imports,... Read more →


Steve Madden, Wolverine World Wide show fancy supply chain footwork

The footwear industry faces “continued supply chain disruption across the globe” according to Steve Madden’s CEO, Edward Rosenfeld. While the firm has made “a big move out of China” in recent years, shipments from China still represented 82.6% of U.S. seaborne imports linked to the firm in Q2’... Read more →

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