Global Supply Chain In Historic Upheaval As 'De-China' Trend Marches On
Others May Rise To Challenge
More countries are joining the US to put national security interests over globalization, moving the production of medicines, medical supplies and protective equipment closer to home. The calls to repatriate manufacturing and reduce reliance on China will profoundly change how health products are supplied worldwide in the post-coronavirus era.
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