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2022 look ahead: Five predictions for China tech

Continuing conflict with the U.S. and limited progress on self-reliance can be expected

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A screen displays Xi Jinping during the China International Fair for Trade in Services in Beijing on Sept. 5: Beijing will add more hardware to its toolbox.   © AP

Nina Xiang is the founder of FutureLogic, a media platform bridging the Asian and global innovation economy. She is the author of "US-China Tech War: What Chinese Tech History Reveals About Future Tech Rivalry."

On a sunny day in November 2020, as Biden was announced the winner of the U.S. presidential election, a loud cheer pierced the quiet forest trail I was hiking near Washington, D.C.

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