Definition of shoring
1 : the act of supporting with or as if with a prop
2 : a system or group of shores
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HOW: Many companies specialize in elevation or shoring.
At a time when re-shoring has become a hot-button political issue, the announcement is a smart play for Apple, which has famously off-shored much of its supply chain.
There’s a debate around the causes, ranging from off-shoring/globalization to automation in manufacturing to competition/wage pressure from immigration to the rise in the number of working age men receiving disability benefits.
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