The Point: What the U.S. strategic competition act means for China

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    Democratic and Republican lawmakers in the U.S. can at least agree on one thing – confronting China. A new bill is being fast-tracked through the U.S. legislature, which is geared at increasing strategic competition with China. Will the bill become the new organizing principle of the Biden administration to deal with China?

    Guests: Ian Goodrum, senior editor, and columnist at China Daily; Wang Cong, chief reporter at the Global Times.

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