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US-China tensions

US enlists Quad to strengthen critical supply chains

White House outlines plan to curb dependence on China for chips and rare earths

President Joe Biden holds a silicon wafer at an online meeting April 12. The growing U.S. rivalry with China, combined with a global chip shortage, is pushing Washington to fortify domestic supply chains.   © AP

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. will work with countries in the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue and the Group of Seven to address supply chain vulnerabilities for semiconductors and other strategic materials, according to a White House report published Tuesday.

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