US and allies to build ‘China-free’ tech supply chain

us and allies to build china free tech supply chain

WASHINGTON/TAIPEI — U.S. President Joe Biden is set to sign an executive order as early as this month to accelerate efforts to build less China-reliant supply chains for chips and other strategically significant products, in partnership with Japan, Taiwan and other Asian economies.

The document will order the development of a national supply chain strategy, and is expected to call for recommendations for supply networks that are less vulnerable to disruptions such as disasters and sanctions by unfriendly countries. Measures will focus on semiconductors, electric-vehicle batteries, rare-earth metals and medical products, according to a draft obtained by Nikkei.

The order states that “working with allies can lead to strong, resilient supply chains,” suggesting that international relationships will be central to this plan. Washington is expected to pursue partnerships with Taiwan, Japan and South Korea in chip production and Asia-Pacific economies including Australia in rare earths.

The U.S. plans to share information with allies on supply networks for important products and will look to leverage complementary production. It will consider a framework for speedy sharing of these items in emergencies, as well as discuss securing stockpiles and spare manufacturing capacity…

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