Making a List

December 2004
Home Textiles Today;12/13/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 15, p26
Trade Publication
The article concludes that ultimately, a company's roots matter less than its resources. In practical terms, a sale is a sale--whether the paperwork originates in Shanghai or San Francisco, California. And a supplier with offices in New York, Mumbai, Karachi and Shanghai is a global resource--even if it sells its goods into only a couple of countries, say the United States and Canada. Ultimately, a company's roots matter less than its resources. That's something list-makers will have to adapt to.


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