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How the Longest Shutdown in US History has Shaken Business Confidence
A shutdown lasting over a month is worrisome, according to economists. This past shutdown lasted 35 days, which is the longest in US history. How does an impasse like this affect businesses and supply chains?
ProcurementIQ Macroeconomic Update Q2 2019
Each quarter, ProcurementIQ prepares an update that identifies the most significant recent macroeconomic trends affecting procurement professionals. ProcurementIQ's updates are intended to help these professionals better understand the broader purchasing environment and make strategic buying decisions. Q2 2019 focuses on commodity prices, trade and interest rates.
Webinar: 3 Major Procurement Trends 2019
In 2018, we heard a LOT about tariffs, the blockchain, Brexit, trade wars with China, natural disasters and labor shortages. As we look ahead to 2019, there’s a good chance we’ll continue to hear about those topics. How can you be proactive and tackle these issues head-on? What will really matter to your stakeholders and your supply chain in the coming year?