Surviving a supermarket price war

The days when food manufacturers could pass on poor management costs to shoppers are ending, and today's bosses must bring unions and workers together to lift the game, or lose their jobs.

The supermarket price war is an important contributor to the looming interest rate cuts. But that price war is also going to be a significant contributor to the transformation of the Australian enterprise supply chain. Most non-government enterprises will be affected.

If you are a service or goods supplier to a manufacturer, or you actually make things, this change will almost certainly affect you.

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