- Witnesses tell the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission that US and China remain interdependent in many sectors and hard to decouple
- ‘It is in our own national interest to find ways to reduce China’s sense of insecurity,’ one expert argues
While the US is rightly concerned about protecting and developing its supply chain to make it less dependent on China, policymakers should remember that China has large supply chain problems of its own.
That was one message experts brought on Thursday to the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), the government’s leading advisory panel on China policy.
Another, though, was that the US and China remain interdependent in many sectors, complicating any US initiatives to build alternative supply chains or decouple from China.