How US-China trade war is becoming a battle for global tech supremacy

In October, the ruling Chinese Communist Party held a vast military parade on the streets of Beijing. Over 15,000 troops, 160 aircraft, tanks, combat drones and intercontinental missiles were deployed to demonstrate China’s military might.

It was, in part, a response to President Trump’s ‘Salute to America’, a 4th of July parade through the heart of Washington with flyovers from B2 bombers, fighter jets and the experimental Marine One helicopter.

The policy will immediately affect swathes of tech companies such as Microsoft and Oracle, Counterpoint Research’s Neil Shah says, that “the tech Cold War…Read more