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Supplier, Buyer Relations Are Shifting Again as Pandemic Strains Ease

by Futures Centre, Mar 29
1 minute read

After demanding more production from suppliers amid pandemic shortages, retailers are now backing out of deals leaving vendors with excess commodities.

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So what?

How can retailers ensure that their suppliers work collaboratively with them and try to identify ways to take down costs especially after the fragile nature of supply chains was revealed during the pandemic?



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