Decoupling of the US and Chinese economies will continue to be a defining feature of the technology landscape for years to come, according to a new report. Photo: Shutterstock
Decoupling of the US and Chinese economies will continue to be a defining feature of the technology landscape for years to come, according to a new report. Photo: Shutterstock

US-China technology FDI crashes but decoupling is ‘not imminent’

  • Report finds ‘multiple choke points’ in supply chains will maintain a continuing global co-dependency for some time to come
  • Meanwhile Washington continues to build a coalition against China which, if successful, could pose a greater challenge for Beijing

Decoupling of the US and Chinese economies will continue to be a defining feature of the technology landscape for years to come, according to a new report. Photo: Shutterstock
Decoupling of the US and Chinese economies will continue to be a defining feature of the technology landscape for years to come, according to a new report. Photo: Shutterstock
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