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ICT Supply Prohibitions for Chinese Tech Giants

Premise: ICT supply prohibitions – e.g. the Entity List restrictions on US component supply to Huawei – are forcing Chinese tech giants to produce alternative operating systems and application platforms to the global majors. Even with inferior capabilities, these technologies could be disruptive.

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David Hoffman

Senior Vice President Asia and Managing Director of the China Center for Economics & Business
The Conference Board

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