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At the end of the fourth quarter in 2014, the euro was at its lowest point relative to the dollar in over nine years, trading at under $1.20. The dollar index rose over 15 percent in the second half of the year, one of its strongest performances against six other major currencies. Growth in the U.S. economy created a stronger dollar, which has significant implications for individuals and corporations who do business internationally. Currency fluctuations tend to affect transportation more than other functions in the supply chain. What are the potential consequences for third party logistics? [More...]
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