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Globalization allows corporations to create greater competition in their supply chain, which drives down prices and makes consumers better off by passing on lower costs of production in the form of lower priced goods. At the same time, the mobility of industry is a tremendous threat to job security since companies constantly in search of lower costs of production and lower wages can abandon one country in favor of another.  Thus, technology, productivity, and value creation are major competitive dimensions of globalization that counter this “race to the bottom” dynamic that globalization generates in search of greater capital efficiency. We help our clients take advantage of globalization while countering the inevitable consequences through the development of sustainable competitive strategies.

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