Investigating the U.S. Reliance on Foreign Suppliers

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During the past two decades, the production process has become more fragmented, with different stages occurring in different parts of the world through global value chains. Ana Maria Santacreu discusses whether the heavy reliance on a few foreign suppliers in some industries could make the U.S. economy more susceptible to foreign economic shocks.

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