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“We are seeing increased decoupling...Many people are saying that this is just pre-election...I think fundamentally there will be no change for this sort of trajectory with either Biden or Trump,” says Research Fellow Alex Capri.
The coronavirus pandemic has complicated the already Herculean task of negotiating multilateral rules on industrial subsidies targeted at China, Hinrich Foundation research fellow Stephen Olson said in a webinar organized by the Yeutter Institute on 16 September, 2020.
Despite assurances that Arm will not change its business model after its sale to Nvidia's, potential conflict of interests and US ownership of the world's most important mobile chip IP provider could trigger a pushback from China and the semiconductor industry.
US-led campaign against Chinese tech giants could well translate into an increased reliance on domestic market. The series of moves by the Trump Administration is intrinsically tied to a phenomenon called "techno-nationalism", said Research Fellow Alex Capri. Article originally published by the AFP.
Data and platforms, like supply chains, will become weaponized as the US and China rival for tech supremacy, says Research Fellow Alex Capri, as quoted in Bloomberg News.
In this Q&A with Digitimes, Research Fellow Alex Capri explains the concept of "techno-nationalism" in the US-China disputes, and analyzes post-pandemic and post US-election development for the global supply chain.
“The ‘dual circulation’ policy demonstrates China’s recognition that it won’t be able to rely on trade as much for the next two decades, as it did for the previous two,” said Research Fellow Stephen Olson, as he shared his take on China's recent policy announcements.
As wider Sino-US relationship crumbles, how likely is a phase two trade deal that would tackle structural reforms to China's economy going to take place? Research Fellow Stephen Olson shared his thoughts with South China Morning Post.
China’s ‘digital yuan’ has raised much interest since it was announced. How widely would it be circulated? Our report by Research Fellow Stewart Paterson on China's currency revolution is featured in this analysis by Dezan Shira.
While the US is a very small part of BAT's market, Chinese tech giants are highly dependent on US technology for their physical infrastructure, says Research Fellow Alex Capri.
Research Fellow Alex Capri explained to CNN Business why the Chinese e-commerce giant's status as a national tech champion may be reason enough for Washington to target it.