The Biden administration in the United States is preparing a year-long plan to strengthen the supply chains of 4 productive regions located as an economic revitalization strategy that was violated during the pandemic.
These include health supplies, specifically vital medicines and medical devices whose production and supply are at risk due to dependence on raw materials from a single source or supplier. In health, this entails the problem of Health Security.
What the US government is looking for is that talking about strategic inputs Americans consume what is being done in the US or, where appropriate, what is being done in the territory of their North American partners, anticipating future crises and thus mitigating interruptions in the supply chain.
Last Thursday, February 24, the White House released the “Biden-Harris plan to revitalize American manufacturing and secure vital supply chains in 2022” where it already sets the tracks. He talks with Mexico in particular about a high-level economic dialogue to establish a common list of vital sectors involved in cross-border supply chains and to develop measures to maintain the continuity of supply chains in the event of a crisis.
“The US-Mexico-Canada convention Competitiveness Committee will also work to identify key industries and effective approaches to supply chains…”The document published in whitehouse.gov the three countries will hold a trilateral coordination meeting in the summer to explore trilateral opportunities in supply chains based on the outcomes of the bilateral working groups.
We know that the Ministry of economy is already active, specifically the undersecretary of foreign trade in the Ministry of economy, Luz Mar Irma de la Mora,…
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