Supply Chain survey identifies key global trends for the high-tech industry

ups horizontal logoDespite evidence of short-term economic weakness, most high-tech executives are optimistic about the long-term prospects of their companies’ growth. In fact, 74% of respondents expect their companies to export more products in the next two years. This is due to a growing demand for technology products in emerging markets, like China, India, and Brazil—countries in which disposable income is steadily increasing.

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