An employee of a robot-producing company at work in Shenzhen. Photo: AFP An employee of a robot-producing company at work in Shenzhen. Photo: AFP
An employee of a robot-producing company at work in Shenzhen. Photo: AFP
Janet Pau
Opinion

Opinion

Janet Pau

Chinese tech companies should focus on conquering the world from Shenzhen, as hostility increases abroad

  • Janet Pau says that given the hostile investment environment overseas, it’s time for Chinese tech players to forge a new growth path in the Greater Bay Area in the global race for technological supremacy

An employee of a robot-producing company at work in Shenzhen. Photo: AFP An employee of a robot-producing company at work in Shenzhen. Photo: AFP
An employee of a robot-producing company at work in Shenzhen. Photo: AFP
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Janet Pau

Janet Pau

Janet Pau is programme director of the Asia Business Council. She leads the council’s research and member initiatives on current and emerging issues that affect Asia's business and policy developments. She is co-author, with Mark Clifford, of the book "Through the Eyes of Tiger Cubs: Views of Asia’s Next Generation". Previously, she was manager at A.T. Kearney’s Global Business Policy Council in Washington, D.C. She obtained a BA from Yale University and a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University.