Geopolitical tensions and pandemic-related lockdowns have raised concerns about China-centric supply chains, including supply chains for pharmaceuticals. This geo-graphic, from data compiled by Goldman Sachs in The Wall Street Journal, illustrates that China is far and away the world's leading exporter of active pharmaceutical ingredients. India, for example, may supply more than 40% of the generic drugs sold in the U.S., but India, in turn, relies on China for the active ingredients.
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