Post-pandemic, digital dollars will make their way across supply chains drastically reconfigured, and China will be out of the picture as the dominant U.S. trading partner.
Maybe only a little of that will be true. The digital dollars part, at least.
But we may not see as drastic a shift toward reshoring, here in the U.S., as some might expect.
“The idea that supply chains could be disrupted because goods may stop flowing or borders may close – we didn’t really need to worry about that too much in the past,” noted Sheard.
The coronavirus changed all of that, of course.
Where We Are Now
At a high level, according to Sheard, the “sheer