China’s Technology Sector Takes On Silicon Valley

About 186 miles (300 kilometers) up the Yangtze River from Shanghai, the city of Nanjing is developing a research park to foster China’s next generation of technology giants. The zone stretches 216 square kilometers along the city’s north side, housing dozens of high-profile companies as well as a multitude of startups. Across the river is a newer park where roads, sewers, and electrical grids stand ready for even more tech tenants to move in. Nanjing is on the front line of the government’s effort to compete with Silicon Valley, and the city is playing a brash role in the clash among global trading superpowers. The sector has become a key force in the economy. Technology services grew 29 percent in the first quarter, faster than any other sector, as gross domestic product expanded 6.8 percent.  The growing might of China’s tech sector is at the heart of the trade war with the U.S. 
 

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Sounds as a new World order👎

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They want to be leaders? It's time for them to stop trying to ban technology and "half of the internet", state surveillance and control...

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China was built on "theft". They steal the labor of their people, while stealing the technology of foreign countries. Regime.

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No worries here. The Chinese is good at real estate development. The so called high-Tec Chinese Silicon Valley park is one of the project for that.

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