Bert Hofman: China is underway to emerge as a technological superpower

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CGTN Anchor Wang Guan talked to Professor Bert Hofman, Director of the East Asian Institute at the National University of Singapore and the former World Bank country director for China, Korea and Mongolia. He emphasized the importance of #China developing #technology #innovation, saying that basic technologies and research drive whole new areas of technology, and that China has found the necessity to rely more on domestic technology and will continue to do so.

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