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U.S.-led Indo-Pacific deal on supply chain resilience takes effect

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Great news. China cannot be trusted in any way, so the rest of us must work together without it.

Let's see how effective the CCP's economic aggression is when everyone else has each other's backs, and key dependencies on China are eliminated.

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Great news. China cannot be trusted in any way, so the rest of us must work together without it.

Let's see how effective the CCP's economic aggression is when everyone else has each other's backs, and key dependencies on China are eliminated.

Great point. It’s funny how China’s actions have caused more unity between nations in the Pacific than any other event in history.

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So when climate change bites and food runs short, the US has priority of supply from other members of this group. Hmm.

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GBR48Today  10:39 am JST

So when climate change bites and food runs short, the US has priority of supply from other members of this group. Hmm.

This isn't about climate change or natural disasters. It's about countering one particular country that uses and weaponizes trade; China.

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the US has priority of supply from other members of this group. Hmm.

Not at all, the priority is organized alphabetically, so Australia has priority over everyone else. But nice of you to try to demonize the US on yet another deal with other nations.

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