U.S. Should Focus on Targeted and Temporary Tools to Ensure Access to Medical Supply Chains [open pdf - 168KB]
From the Key Takeaways: " The coronavirus outbreak has caused many Americans to ask if the U.S. is over-reliant on foreign suppliers of key medical and pharmaceutical goods.  While the U.S. has taken pragmatic steps to address possible shortages, it should refrain from increasing regulatory barriers that ultimately decrease access.  The Administration and Congress should use targeted and temporary emergency measures to ensure supply of critical pharmaceuticals and medical equipment."
Issue Brief No. 5057
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