The Point: China-U.S. competition on the tech frontier

CGTN published this video item, entitled “The Point: China-U.S. competition on the tech frontier” – below is their description.

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A U.S. Senate committee just passed what it’s called the “Endless Frontier Act”, which would authorize more than $110 billion for basic and advanced technology research over five years. The act is being branded as a way to out-compete countries like China and create more American jobs. How does the picture of China-U.S. competition look on the tech frontier? How can the two compete in constructive ways? What are the concerns?


Brandon Blackburn-dwyer

President, Grasshopper Strategies

Lyu Xiang

Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

CGTN YouTube Channel

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