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The Financial Times reports that increasing awareness by consumers of ethical, social and environmental issues could lead retailers to source more locally.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 3 august 2007

The Financial Times suggests that the increasing awareness by consumers of ethical, social and environmental issues could lead retailers to source more local suppliers with higher costs. They say:

“On an overall basis there are reasonably limited gains [still to be made] … Over the past five to 10 years retailers have squeezed the supply pipeline as hard as they can,” said Neil Saunders, author of the Verdict report…

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