It could be counterintuitive to block PPE exports.
China Business Review

 
 
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Since COVID-19 began hitting hard in the United States, Congress has already proposed several pieces of legislation that target China. At the same time, China, the United States, and several other countries have erected barriers to the trade of personal protective equipment (PPE) that is critical in containing the virus’ spread. Senior Director of Government Affairs at the US-China Business Council Anna Ashton breaks down what this means for the US-China relationship and whether there is any merit to the PPE argument.

 

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