Nations Aim to Secure Supply Chains by Turning Offshoring Into ‘Friend-Shoring’

WSJ Nations Aim To Secure Supply Chains Turning Offshoring Into Friend Shoring

As war and the pandemic expose the fragility of supply chains, the U.S. and its allies are pursuing a new kind of global trade, one that confines commerce to a circle of trusted nations. Fans call the shift “friend-shoring.”

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