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Read our October 2013 issue of World Trade 100. This issue explores Air Cargo, What to do about Risk and much more!
Grupo Elektra adopts logistics methods and technology to address Mexico's rising retail market.
Say goodbye to outdated images, Greater Houston is growing and increasing its role in extended supply chains.
With the infrastructure in place, the Southwest U.S. is ready for logistics.
The transportation modes supporting extended supply chains around the world are getting cleaner and more efficient.
When disasters strike, the logistics community pitches in to help get the right relief to the right area quickly.
In emerging markets, different doesn't have to mean "bad" if you plan ahead.
Currency risk is part of every extended supply chain, but the risks can be reduced.
Logistics service providers can offer guidance on avoiding corruption and other risks in emerging markets.
An epidemic of maternal mortality and the blight of AIDS have plagued Kenya. In March 2003, newly elected Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki declared total war on AIDS in Kenya. Also in 2003, U.S. President George W. Bush announced PEPFAR; in July 2013, he revisited Kenya to reaffirm that promise.