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USPAACC's CPO Council Offers Platform for Peer-to-Peer Discussions on Procurement Issues and Trends
Among the topics raised were: The positive and negative repercussions of business trends and outlook on U.S. and global supply chain management; How President Trump's policies will affect U.S. economic growth; Do business forecasts reveal trepidations about shortages in raw materials, commodities, rare minerals, and components that could adversely impact the flow of goods and services?; How new and viable approaches help identify and manage sources of vendor risks and mitigate their effects; and other pressing issues brought to the table by the CPOs.
The meeting included speakers from the Heritage Foundation (Stephen Moore, a former campaign advisor), Dan Ikenson of Cato Institute (someone who had a contrarian view), and John Walsh, a supply chain management expert. They shared different perspectives on President Trump's current trade policies.
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ABOUT USPAACC: Founded in 1984 as a non-profit and non-partisan organization, the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation (USPAACC) is headquartered in Washington, DC with Regional Chapters in CA, TX, NY, GA, IL, CT, DC-MD-VA National Capital Area. USPAACC is the unifying voice that advocates for equal opportunity for Pan Asian American businesses. We propel economic growth, innovation, and job creation among the more than 2 million Pan Asian American-owned businesses across a wide array of industries, whose revenue surpasses $700 billion and continues to grow.For 33 years, USPAACC has served and will continue to serve as the gateway to large corporate and government contracts, top-caliber Pan Asian American suppliers, robust business growth, key information about Pan Asian Americans, and business opportunities in the dynamic markets in Asia-Pacific and the Indian Subcontinent.
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