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The United States has approved a new tool, known as the “Make More in America” project, aimed at increasing American manufacturing, bridging important supply chain gaps, and supporting American jobs. The programme will open up new financing options to help the US manufacturing sector grow.
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In the case of wood-based materials, the brand wishes to avoid sources linked to rainforest devastation and human rights violations.
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