Experts are debating whether a victory by Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3 will reverse a growing tech war that threatens to split the global technology industry in half. Experts are debating whether a victory by Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3 will reverse a growing tech war that threatens to split the global technology industry in half.
Experts are debating whether a victory by Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3 will reverse a growing tech war that threatens to split the global technology industry in half.

The US-China tech cold war has turned hot – but would a Biden presidency change things for Huawei and others?

  • With the US presidential election fast approaching, experts are debating whether a victory for Democratic nominee Joe Biden will reverse a building tech war
  • Relations between the world’s two biggest economies, led by Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, are at their lowest ebb in over four decades

Topic |   US-China tech war
Experts are debating whether a victory by Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3 will reverse a growing tech war that threatens to split the global technology industry in half. Experts are debating whether a victory by Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3 will reverse a growing tech war that threatens to split the global technology industry in half.
Experts are debating whether a victory by Democratic nominee Joe Biden in the US presidential election on November 3 will reverse a growing tech war that threatens to split the global technology industry in half.
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