The U.S. Chamber and Ipsos released a report on supply chain strategy in the Americas. About half of U.S. companies not manufacturing in Mexico or South America plan to move into the region within the next five years. Governments in Latin America and the Caribbean should prioritize logistics and rule of law improvements to attract investment. The U.S. Chamber supports closer trade ties with its neighboring countries for economic growth. The report is an outcome of the CEO Summit of the Americas.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the U.S. Chamber and Ipsos Report about?
A: The U.S. Chamber and Ipsos Report focuses on supply chain strategies.
Q: What information does the report provide?
A: The report provides insights and analysis on various aspects of supply chain strategies.
Q: Where can I find the U.S. Chamber and Ipsos Report?
A: The report can be found on the official website of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Q: Are there any specific recommendations in the report?
A: Yes, the report includes recommendations and best practices for improving supply chain strategies.
Q: Is the report available for free?
A: Please check the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website for information on the availability and pricing of the report.
Q: Can I download a PDF version of the report?
A: The availability of a PDF version may vary. Please visit the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website for more details.
Q: Where can I find more information about the U.S. Chamber and Ipsos Report?
A: For more information, visit the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website or contact their customer support.
Q: Can I request a physical copy of the report?
A: Physical copies of the report may be available. Please check the U.S. Chamber of Commerce website for details on requesting a copy.