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Tax Breaks, Subsidies May Be New Tools to Pull US Supply Chains From China

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The United States may start paying companies to move their supply chains out of China. President Trump has made no secret of his interest in reshoring American manufacturing—particularly if it means fewer imports from China specifically. Now, with the coronavirus pandemic stoking already elevated tensions between the U.S. and China, he’s making further efforts to…

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