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Japan to Pay at Least $536 Million for Companies to Leave China

Chinese flag. Japanese flag.

BLOOMBERG, JULY 18, 2020 BLOOMBERG NEWS – Japan’s government will start paying its companies to move factories out of China and back home or to Southeast Asia, part of a new program to secure supply chains and reduce dependence on manufacturing in China. Fifty-seven companies including privately-held facemask-maker Iris Ohyama Inc. and Sharp Corp. will receive a total of 57.4 billion yen ($536 million) …

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Supply chain: Urged by Trump to decouple, US companies want more China faster

Container ship

BLOOMBERG, JUNE 28, 2020 Brendan Murray, Bloomberg News – Just as the U.S. president urges American companies to ditch China, many of them can’t get more of China fast enough. Consider the voyage of the container ship Melina, which set sail Wednesday from a Chinese port near Shenzhen with products bound for U.S. households, a hulking symbol of how the flow of goods is adapting …

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Trump Says ‘Complete Decoupling’ From China Remains an Option

Container terminal at port

BLOOMBERG, JUNE 18, 2020 President breaks from his own trade chief in tweet Thursday | Trump’s view of China has soured since the pandemic erupted By Josh Wingrove for Bloomberg – President Donald Trump said the U.S. could pursue a “complete decoupling from China” in response to unspecified conditions, his most forceful statement yet on the souring ties with Beijing. In …

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