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PhRMA And AAM Urge New Approaches In Dealing With COVID-19 Supply Chain Disruptions

Executive Summary

As costs and delays mount, the brand and generic groups seek government solutions. AAM continues to press for federal contracts, and PhRMA wants the Department of Transportation to use its enforcement discretion under CARES Act to mandate international flights. AAM survey finds pandemic has caused 224% spike in the cost of transporting drugs.

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