Three Ways Biden’s Supply Chain Review Should Be More Ambitious

July 21, 2021 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


U.S. President Biden’s 100-day executive order was a prime example of global leaders increasing their active participation in the building of more resilient and sustainable supply chains coming off of a jarring year of disruptions. As we pass the 100-day mark, the administration has now announced their comprehensive strategy for addressing shortages and combating unfair international trade practices with the creation of a supply chain task force. 


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