William Xu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, speaks at a news conference on innovation in Paris on November 4. Photo: Xinhua William Xu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, speaks at a news conference on innovation in Paris on November 4. Photo: Xinhua
William Xu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, speaks at a news conference on innovation in Paris on November 4. Photo: Xinhua
Andreea Leonte
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Opinion

Andreea Leonte

The West has more to gain from allowing Chinese tech into its markets than from seeking to block it

  • At the pace China is developing, the West may soon be seeking technology transfers from China and not the other way around. Why not follow the Chinese playbook and impose a joint venture requirement for Chinese tech companies at the gate?

William Xu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, speaks at a news conference on innovation in Paris on November 4. Photo: Xinhua William Xu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, speaks at a news conference on innovation in Paris on November 4. Photo: Xinhua
William Xu, president of Huawei’s Institute of Strategic Research, speaks at a news conference on innovation in Paris on November 4. Photo: Xinhua
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Andreea Leonte

Andreea Leonte

Andreea Leonte is Fellow for China Studies at the Romanian Institute for the Study of the Asia-Pacific (RISAP). Her main research interests are global environmental issues, China's legal system, the Belt and Road Initiative, trade and market access in China.