New Zealand Institute Report Tackles Supply Chain Links

The New Zealand Institute has released the sixth in its series of reports on how to create global New Zealand economy. “So far yet so close: connecting New Zealand to the global economy” suggests two ways in which local companies can combat the tyranny of distance that bedevils so many of our economic endeavours. Our business folk may need to face the reality that setting up shop closer to end-consumers and international transport hubs makes sense. They may also want to invest in virtual supply chains through switching from physical means to communications technology, concludes the report.
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