Comparisons of the Competitive Position of Canadian, Mexican, and U.S. Suppliers - The perceived competitive performance of NAFTA suppliers is reported in this article. Several hundred U.S. and Canadian buyers rated their U.S., Canadian, and Mexican suppliers on cooperation, manufacturing, cost, and quality. Although the results are mixed, U.S. and Canadian suppliers were generally rated higher ...
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