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Chinese firms outpace regional counterparts in ‘de-risking’ supply chains as trend grows in Asia-Pacific, survey finds

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Mainland Chinese businesses and their Asia-Pacific neighbours are increasingly directing their focus towards supply chains and investments closer to home as fears over trade disputes and protectionism rise, according to a poll by multinational law firm Baker McKenzie.Among Chinese business owners, most are sticking close to the reliably large Chinese market and opting for nearshoring – using nearby countries for business services and insourcing – or relying on affiliated and in-house suppliers,…

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Mainland Chinese businesses and their Asia-Pacific neighbours are increasingly directing their focus towards supply chains and investments closer to home as fears over trade disputes and protectionism rise, according to a poll by multinational law firm Baker McKenzie.Among Chinese business owners, most are sticking close to the reliably large Chinese market and opting for nearshoring – using nearby countries for business services and insourcing – or relying on affiliated and in-house suppliers,…

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