What China’s Tech Crackdown Means for U.S. Relations

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Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “What China’s Tech Crackdown Means for U.S. Relations” – below is their description.

Aspen Security Forum Director Anja Manuel joins Emily Chang to discuss Beijing’s crackdown on tech and what it means for the future of Chinese companies in the U.S. and China. She also discusses why this is all about political control for the Communist Party and what it means for U.S.-China relations.

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