2021/11/09 Momentum for Innovation: Where tech & supply chains headed?

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— The momentum of technological innovation is a big part of this year’s #China International Import Expo. Where are #technology and the tech supply chains headed? Answers come from the chairman of a U.S. wireless tech provider.

— Big pledges but so far little action on advanced economies helping the developing world fund the costly shift to green energy and industries. How can international lenders like the New Development Bank help? We’ll hear from the NDB President Marcos Troyjo.

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