National Security Podcast: US Government Zeros in on China

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Driven by national security concerns, over the past three years the US Government has taken a much more aggressive position on an array of technology issues involving China. These policy and regulatory changes range from significant new export controls to new supply chain screening of Chinese technology to efforts to jumpstart US R&D and “reshore” manufacturing in strategic technology areas. As a result, business between the US and China is more challenging than ever. Here to walk you through these new and evolving changes are See more +
Driven by national security concerns, over the past three years the US Government has taken a much more aggressive position on an array of technology issues involving China. These policy and regulatory changes range from significant new export controls to new supply chain screening of Chinese technology to efforts to jumpstart US R&D and “reshore” manufacturing in strategic technology areas. As a result, business between the US and China is more challenging than ever. Here to walk you through these new and evolving changes are Partners David R. Hanke and Marwa M. Hassoun. See less -
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