Lifting Trump's tariffs on China could boost the medical supply chain
Leading US ports and other stakeholders in the supply chain have vowed to fast-track medical supplies coming into the country as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread throughout the nation at alarming rates. But they may have nothing to move if Washington doesn't act quickly
Former World Bank president Robert Zoellick recently observed that after President Trump hit Chinese medical suppliers with a 25% tariff in 2018, China’s exports to the US dropped by 16%
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