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Results and Outcomes of the Survey – Strategy 79% 4% 4% 13% Yes, we are planning to move out of China completely in the upcoming years. Yes, we are planning to reduce our activities in China. We are not sure yet and are currently evaluating alternative countries. No, we currently have no plans to move out of China. Risks of Sourcing from China The vast majority (70 percent) of companies is mostly concerned about insufficient guaranteed supply (Figure 30). Other risks considered important are transportation (47 percent) and the country risk of China (42 percent) which includes political components and volatility. The risk of processes and the procurement organization receive less attention and are regarded as less critical. The risk of insufficient quality is in this context considered to be an integral part of ’lacking supply guarantee’ as quality problems impact sufficient supply in a manner that should not be underestimated. 28 | Relocating Sourcing activities 70 percent of companies do currently not see the need to move their sourcing locations within China but are happy to remain with their current location in China. If other sourcing sites are considered all of them receive similar attention while Dalian / Shanghai on the East Coast appear slightly more interesting. No, sourcing offices will remain the same. 70% Compliance risk and risk of governance Country risk Geopolitical risk Process risk Very Important Important Less Important 16% 33% 51% 42% 32% 26% 27% 33% 40% 16% 37% 47% Smaller cities in Guangdong 8% Procurement organisation 11% 39% 50% Risk of financial market 27% 44% 29% Foshan 10% Risk of supply guarantee 70% 15% 15% Dalian and Shanghai 12% Risk of transportation Selling market risk 47% 27% 26% 16% 39% 45% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% 29 | Relocating Sourcing activities within China 30 | Risks of Sourcing from China 28

Results and Outcomes of the Survey – Strategy Alternative Sourcing Markets For this study a total of four regions were considered as potential alternative sourcing markets in addition to the operations that remain in China: Southeast Asia, Central Europe, Eastern Europe and Other Countries. Southeast Asia Amongst the various Southeast Asian countries, Vietnam is going to be the most preferred alternative country (Figure 31). In the future countries such as Thailand, Indonesia and Cambodia are also going to be on the rise. All of them are accounted to offer low cost labor but also a relatively established infrastructure which allows sourcing to be potentially efficient. Central Europe Today 2014 Thailand Expected 2017 A lot of countries in Central Europe that are still being exploited as sourcing markets will lose importance in the future. The Asian markets remain in the focus. Vietnam Today 2014 Expected 2017 Considered in 2017 Not considered in 2017 Myanmar Laos Indonesia Cambodia Philippines Malaysia Not considered in 2017 Slovenia Slovakia Serbia Poland Hungary Czech Republic Croatia 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% 0% 1% 2% 3% 4% 5% 6% 7% 8% 31 | Alternative Sourcing Market - Southeast Asia 32 | Alternative Sourcing Market – Central Europe 29

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