Shortages, Shipping, Shutdowns Hit Asian Factory Output
By Elaine Kurtenbach
Manufacturing contracted in both China and Japan as the pandemic and related ripple effects continue to take a toll.
Tokyo Prods Japanese Firms to Leave China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from David Arase.
Can Japan Successfully Decouple From China?
By John Lee
The Abe government is providing funds to encourage firms to move production lines out of China. Will the gambit work?
What Can We Learn From ‘Made in Japan’?
By He Jun
Japanese manufacturing has shifted from making brand-name products to cornering specific segments of the global supply chain.