Trump White House plans new ways to break Chinese supply chain dominance

JustTheNews: As the Trump White House this week announced a major deal to pivot photo giant Kodak toward pharmaceutical manufacturing, it made clear this was just the first step in a broader plan to break Chinese dominance of supply chain in manufacturing.

With a focus first on healthcare manufacturing, the White House brokered a $765 million loan to Kodak after noticing 90% of the main ingredients of the most common pharmaceuticals taken each day in the United States are manufactured abroad.

Adam Boehler, CEO of U.S. International Development Finance Corporation, is a lead administration official on the Kodak deal, and said the White House plans to move beyond drugs toward other medical supply areas vulnerably exposed during the coronavirus pandemic. more

6 Comments on Trump White House plans new ways to break Chinese supply chain dominance

  1. Good for The Donald and America. Get those jobs back that
    our crappy past Presidents gave away to our enemies.

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  2. Back in the 80s I worked for a U.S. Fortune 500 company whose CEO would BRAG about closing U.S. plants and replacing them with maquiladoras or Asian plants.
    I hated that guy (very famous) and quickly left that company.

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  3. I hope they still keep making film, I really like the colors I get from Ektar and antique lenses that aren’t fully color corrected. Digital just doesn’t cut it.

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