DOD to Contractors: Move Supply Chain Out of China

Tiffany Meier
By Tiffany Meier
September 20, 2022China in Focusshare

China is finally showing signs of easing its border entry rules since COVID-19 broke out. The details are yet to be announced.

Boeing’s 737 MAX could be returning to China. Officials meet with the company years after the aircraft’s grounding and two deadly crashes.

The Pentagon is pushing contractors to move supply chains out of China, as the number of Chinese companies making the cut increases five-fold.

China is looking to boost the economy hit hard by COVID-19 lockdowns, planning nearly $260 billion all for Shanghai infrastructure. But who’s paying the bill?

The Chinese Communist Party is expanding its international influence. Unofficial service stations under a Chinese police bureau are set up outside China.

Topics in this episode:

  1. China May Ease Entry Rules for Some Foreign Tourists
  2. Boeing, China Talk About 737 MAX’s Return to China
  3. DOD to Contractors: Move Supply Chain Out of China
  4. Shanghai to Invest $257B in Infrastructure
  5. China Opens Unofficial ‘Service Stations’ Abroad
  6. Marxism, Fascism: Roads to Communism?
  7. Anders Corr: Most U.S. Fentanyl Precursors from China

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