From the end of globalization to a surge in raw material prices, analysts have a lot to say about the Trump presidency. The overwhelming consensus, though, is that we just don’t know how Trump’s first term will play out.
But uncertainty has never discouraged markets. Here’s how supply chains are responding to, and bracing for, President Trump:
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