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Results and Outcomes of the Survey Costs The shift to a global economy is driven by a desire to access lower labor costs, but exposes organizations to higher transportation costs which are in turn driving a dramatic impact on where companies source, where they produce, and the complexity of processes required in delivering the products to the customer. As organizations grow and sell to more customers in more regions, complexity is rising. New global customers present a lucrative target, but there are considerable costs inherent in serving these customers. This section focuses on the significance of costs, cost advantages and measures taken by companies that source globally. Why Source from China? Low cost advantages of the Chinese market are the major factor leading companies to source in China (Figure 21). More than 80 percent of the companies surveyed indicated cost advantages. •• Cost pressure seems to remain the ultimate criterion for companies that are sourcing from China. •• Raw material costs also play a major role and go along with the pressure of competition. •• Sourcing in China helps to access lucrative markets and investment options in the region. •• The growth of the Chinese market and the potential that comes along with it play a rather minor role. Attractiveness of Sourcing from China The most successful companies source globally in order to achieve cost benefits and synergy effects. The resources are obtained irrespective of the location, wherever they are available in sufficient quantity, at the required quality and at the optimum price. Against this background, China remains to be as attractive as a sourcing country as it was three years ago in spite of the economic changes that have happened in China (Figure 22). Only 13 percent of firms are not satisfied with the situation in China and regard the market as unattractive. This confirms China’s consistent importance as a sourcing country and the fact that China is not neglected but still holds on to its dominant role in the global supply mix. Not attractive 13% 60% 40% 51% 31% As attractive as it was before 13% 20% 0% Cost pressure of global competition Product and raw material cost reduction 16% To facilitate access to the Chinese market ( from sales perspective) 2% Increase capacity / market growth Moderately attractive Very attractive 52% 22% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 21 | Reasons for Sourcing from China 22 | Attractiveness of Sourcing from China 24

Results and Outcomes of the Survey – Costs Managing Changing Market Conditions Having acknowledged China’s remaining standing as a sourcing country companies nevertheless look ahead and try to mitigate potential future risk factors. Therefore, in order to meet changing market conditions, they engage in second and multiple sources but also in more control in regard to further take advantage of the beneficial Chinese market conditions. Looking ahead this trend continues with 60 percent firming-up their planning and a dominant 44 percent being positive to source from other low cost countries in the future further to their presence in China (Figure 24). This confirms that to avoid total dependency on the Chinese market companies have already spread their risk without however disputing China’s standing. This trend continues with a focus on dual and multiple sourcing strategies that allow widespread sourcing relations. In detail this implies that more than 50 percent of companies source in other markets or try to evaluate other low cost countries (Figure 23) in addition to their activities in China. Only very few companies plan to not stretch their activities in the years to come. Source in other Asian countries Setup IPO in China Survey other low cost coutries markets Analyse Chinese market Other Incerease local presence 35% Source from other low cost 44% countries market 18% Collaboration with suppliers 20% 17% Partial relocation 16% 13% 11% Audits 11% 6% Other 9% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 50% 23 | Actions Already Taken 24 | Actions Planned to Be Taken 25

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