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Blinken And Raimondo To Co-Host Supply Chain Ministerial

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and US Commerce Secretary Gina Riamondo will host a supply chain ministerial forum July 19-20.

  • According to the US State Department, the virtual event "will bring together stakeholders from labor, industry, and civil society to identify solutions to reduce both short-term bottlenecks and longer-term supply chain challenges."
  • A list of participating countries is expected to be announced soon.
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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and US Commerce Secretary Gina Riamondo will host a supply chain ministerial forum July 19-20.

  • According to the US State Department, the virtual event "will bring together stakeholders from labor, industry, and civil society to identify solutions to reduce both short-term bottlenecks and longer-term supply chain challenges."
  • A list of participating countries is expected to be announced soon.