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Halftime Report: 5 Procurement Trends in the Second Half of 2021
Procurement departments and buyers that embrace proactive spending strategies are better equipped to reinforce supply chain resiliency in their organizations.
Chinese Telecom Equipment Vendors Face Trouble in the United States
Procurement professionals should examine the increasing risks when sourcing telecom equipment and services from Chinese companies, including regulatory compliance risks, intellectual property infringement, quality failures and political risks.