In a bid to build supply chains less reliant on China, U.S. President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order in the coming days that lays out a new strategy covering products such as semiconductors, high-capacity batteries, medical supplies and rare earth metals.

Any order would be part of a larger effort by the Biden team to determine how dependent the U.S. economy and military are on certain key Chinese exports.

The executive order, media reports say, is also expected to focus on a key tenet of Biden’s foreign policy — partnering with allies, including Japan, South Korea, Australia and Taiwan.