China to Pour More Money Into Chips, AI, 5G to Catch U.S.

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    Mar.15 — Randy Abrams, head of Taiwan securities research at Credit Suisse Group AG, discusses China’s ambition to end its reliance on U.S. tech, the support that tech is receiving in China and his outlook for the sector. He speaks on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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