Bridgestone trying to innovate its way out of rubber shortage

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “Bridgestone trying to innovate its way out of rubber shortage” – below is their description.

Paolo Ferrari, Bridgestone Americas CEO, joins The Exchange. “Supply is relatively good,” for rubber due to their new, innovative ways to supply rubber, Ferrari tells Eamon Javers.

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