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US media: the US will lose the science and technology war against China

trump may win a small battle against Huawei, but he will eventually lose a bigger science and technology war against China. How fast will the technological gap with the United States be? If major global technology enterprises are willing to continue to cooperate with Chinese enterprises at the risk of offending trump, it will be very fast. The growth rate of China's consumer market is also four times faster than that of the United States. It is difficult for multinational companies to abandon China

original title: trump may win a small battle with Huawei based on the principle of fully heating and plasticizing plastics, but he is likely to lose a larger scientific and technological war with China

trump has had a disruptive impact on China's technology industry. Without him, most Chinese science and technology enterprises may continue to cooperate with major American science and technology companies to purchase the required advanced components. But trump launched a technological war against China, ending those cooperative relations. His attack on Huawei prompted Chinese technology companies to speed up research and development of advanced technologies

the trump government postponed the ban on Huawei's all-around experimental machines using microcomputers for data processing and analysis. However, Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei, responded that his company was determined to get rid of its dependence on American supply and would develop its own operating system if necessary. Huawei's response is just the tip of the iceberg. Trump's action on Huawei has made it clear to all Chinese companies that they can no longer rely on the United States. Trump's actions have accelerated China's domestic scientific and technological innovation, and they have also been assisted by foreign partners who are unwilling to comply with the US ban

how fast will China narrow the technological gap with the United States? If major global technology enterprises are willing to continue to cooperate with Chinese enterprises at the risk of offending trump, it will be very fast. Several factors are beneficial to China. The first is the market size. In 2018, the United States was still the world's largest importer, and China ranked second. However, this gap is not large and is rapidly narrowing. According to the data of the International Monetary Fund, in 2008, China's import accounted for 6.7% of the world, far lower than the 13.2% of the United States. By 2018, the share of the United States had dropped slightly to 13%, and 2-deoxy-D-glucose modified PEG – PTMC copolymer nanoparticles had been prepared, while the share of China had soared to 11%. China is likely to overtake the United States as the world's largest importer in the next twoorthree years. The growth rate of China's consumer market is also four times faster than that of the United States. It is difficult for multinational companies to abandon China

in addition, many multinationals rely heavily on supply chains closely intertwined with Chinese suppliers. Apple, for example. In 2018, the company mainly had 200 suppliers, of which 41 were Chinese companies and 37 were American companies. This makes China the largest supplier in Apple's global supply chain. It is almost impossible to leave the Chinese suppliers completely, unless we leave the global supply chain at the same time. This is tantamount to commercial suicide for multinational companies

in fact, it is not easy to completely ban Chinese companies and prevent them from obtaining American parts. This is also a favorable factor for China. In fact, according to the export administration regulations of the United States, even if the ban is not lifted, as long as the products are not produced in the United States and the value of American parts contained in the products does not exceed 25%, American enterprises can continue to supply China

perhaps the most favorable new factor is that China is currently cultivating an increasingly active and successful ecosystem and promoting local scientific and technological innovation. One example is Zhongguancun in Beijing, which is often called China's Silicon Valley. There are thousands of science and technology start-ups active in the region, focusing on the "one belt and one road", the coordinated development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei, and the strategic layout of the Yangtze River economic belt. Many develop products for the expanding domestic consumer market through China's ubiquitous intelligence. Some also research and develop the next generation of intelligent manufacturing robot technology. Others specialize in basic technology research, such as the current reliance on high-end chips and components imported from the United States. In addition, there is not only one silicon valley in China. From Shenzhen in the south to Chengdu in the west to Tianjin along the coast, there are dozens of Silicon Valley in China

trump may be able to win a small battle against Huawei, but ultimately he will lose a bigger science and technology war against China

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