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Special Report: US Drug Pipeline 'Compromised' by Coronavirus

The Port of Los Angeles, where about half of the cargo arrives from China, is barely active at times due to ship cancellations. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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In part two of this special examination of how the novel coronavirus is disrupting global business, author-entrepreneur Paige Donner, the Paris-based founder and CEO of the international loTShipping.xyz shipment-tracking company, examines the steps U.S. officials plan to take to overcome pharmaceutical-production shortfalls in China due to the unique coronavirus.

Open up your medicine cabinet and ask yourself what you’d do if 80 percent of your medicines were unavailable. With the supply-chain disruptions caused by the coronavirus reverberating throughout the global economy, the question is not theoretical.

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In part two of this special examination of how the novel coronavirus is disrupting global business, author-entrepreneur Paige Donner, the Paris-based founder and CEO of the international loTShipping.xyz shipment-tracking company, examines the steps U.S. officials plan to...
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