photo: Jonathan Taglione By the early 2020s, rivalry for industrial innovation will accelerate between the U.S. and China. Ironically, the Trump White House has opted for a poor-economy industrial policy, whereas China has a rich-economy policy. The former seeks past glory; the latter cannot wait to get to the future. According to the Trump administration, ...
Dan Steinbock considers the following as important: Asia, U.S.
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