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Counterfeiting, Theft Complicate Supply Chain Management

In a fair and equitable world, it would be enough for supply chain managers and manufacturing executives to balance the intricate arithmetic of aligning production to demand, a mercurial equation that makes advanced calculus look like flash-card math. (Ask Ericsson, which recently blamed an 8% Q2 sales decline in part on a shortage of components from its suppliers.)

One might think those worries would be enough. But this is not a fair and equitable world, and manufacturers and their supply chains are under attack.

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