Pharmaceutical Production

Strengthening Puerto Rico’s Economy: Pharmaceutical Production

Puerto Rico may be poised to take a bigger role in the production of pharmaceuticals and in the manufacturing sector more broadly as the global pandemic highlights challenges and risks to our nation’s supply chain, including Americans’ access to medicine. Below are some recent articles highlighting this important topic:

Puerto Rico Manufacturers on a Mission to Become a National Security Ally
(Caribbean Business, 4/17/20)

America needs to make more of its own drugs (opinion)
(The Boston Herald, 4/8/20)

Coronavirus reveals the vulnerable nature of our medical supply chain (opinion)
(The Hill, 4/7/20)

Momentum grows to change medical supply chain from China
(The Hill, 4/5/20)

Advanced Manufacturing’s Moment: Making Supplies For The War On COVID-19
(Forbes, 4/3/20)

Puerto Rico Can Help The U.S. End Its Dependence On Chinese Pharmaceutical Ingredients (opinion)
(Forbes, 3/16/20)

Coronavirus shows US needs to restore pharmaceutical production — in Puerto Rico (opinion)
(The New York Post, 3/7/20)

Are we prepared? Protecting the US from global pandemics (opinion)
(The American Enterprise Institute, 2/12/20)

Related Articles

U.S. Dependence on Pharmaceutical Products From China (opinion)
(The Council on Foreign Relations, 8/14/19)

China’s grip on pharmaceutical drugs is a national security issue (opinion)
(The Washington Post, 9/10/19)