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CEOs from Walmart and other major retailers just told Biden the supply-chain crisis is getting better. His antitrust watchdog doesn't believe them

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Black Friday at Walmart. Mary Meisenzahl/Insider
CEOs of major retailers, including Walmart, just told Biden supply-chain conditions are improving.
For an undisclosed reason, Biden canceled his briefing to reporters after his CEO summit.
The same day, the FTC requested information from some of those executives. They have 45 days to comply.
From delayed couch deliveries to expensive Thanksgiving turkeys, Americans across the country have been experiencing the supply-chain crisis firsthand. At the White House on Monday, the CEOs of major retailers told President Joe Biden that conditions are...
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