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Tesla to Halt Production in Germany as Red Sea Conflict Hits Supply Chains

Updated Jan. 12, 2024 7:11 am ET BERLIN—Tesla plans to halt production at its biggest factory…

‘Derisking’ China-Reliant Supply Chains Is Creating New Risks

“Derisking” the West’s ties with China—shorthand for measures like tariffs to build up supply chains in…

The Houthi Boost to Shipping Shares May Fade

A new storm is rocking the global goods supply chain. It will most likely be short-lived—but…

How Supply-Chain Snarls Made Everyone Wrong on Inflation

On inflation forecasting, everybody has a bit of egg on their faces. New research suggests that…

Behind Cheap Stuff From Shein and Temu: A Hard Bargain With Suppliers

Updated Jan. 3, 2024 11:22 am ET SHENZHEN, China—E-commerce sellers Shein and Temu are offering a…

Western Anxiety About Chinese EVs Could Prove Self-Defeating

Dec. 31, 2023 11:01 pm ET China hawks have the upper hand in the political battle…

Why Every Western Automaker Is Visiting This Remote Part of South Africa

Updated Dec. 30, 2023 12:11 am ET Listen to article (2 minutes) MBOMBELA, South Africa—A half-century-old…

The Chip Wars Are Metastasizing

It’s getting harder—both technically and financially—to make semiconductor chips smaller. The fight for chip tech supremacy…

Apple Aims to Make a Quarter of the World’s iPhones in India

Updated Dec. 8, 2023 12:01 am ET Apple and its suppliers aim to build more than…