China’s Quest for Global Innovation Dominance

In recent years, China has transformed itself into a global innovation force – shedding its label as a copycat nation that has existed for several decades. Instead, China is now considered a global leader of innovation and a budding destination for emerging technologies across a variety of industrie...

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