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What's the Scoop: Mexico Tariffs & Trade Wars
6/7/2019

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Staying Ahead of Tariffs in Your Electronics Supply Chain
Meredith L at EDX Electronics & Partstat   6/10/2019 10:03:49 AM
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Executing effective last time buy strategies is one way OEMs can mitigate tariffs' financial strain. Commiting to purchasing enough inventory to complete an entire product lifecycle upfront is a guaranteed method of safeguarding against price increases due to tariffs and other causes; this also grants OEM customers leverage to negotiate bulk purchase discounts. More information about these strategies can be found on the EDX Electronics blog, in the "Tariffs Are Redefining the Electronic Component Supply Chain - Here's How" article.



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