The tech race between the US and China begins with competing 5G telecommunications networks. Photo: dpa

Top Trump adviser says the US leads the 5G race, but others think that’s a bad call

  • Economist Larry Kudlow insists the United States is ‘ahead of the rest of the world’
  • Many tech analysts reject the contention, noting that, among other things, the US lacks a telecoms giant like Huawei to equip a network end to end
Topic |   5G

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The tech race between the US and China begins with competing 5G telecommunications networks. Photo: dpa
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Daniel Bases

Daniel Bases

Daniel joined the Post as US correspondent in 2019 to cover the evolving US-China relationship. He’s an award-winning print and broadcast correspondent and editor who analyses and reports on financial markets, foreign policy and general news. He started his journalism career at CNN then spent 22 years with Reuters on assignments in Europe, Asia and Latin America.

Meng Jing

Meng Jing

Based in Beijing, Jing covers the China tech scene for the Post. She writes a lot about artificial intelligence, robots and machines, but she cares more about people.