The tech cold war is hotting up – TikTok and the Sino-American tech break up | Leaders

July 10, 2020   |   Referencing article published by
Very last calendar year Apple manufactured more than $100m of revenue a working day in China, whilst Huawei reported document revenues irrespective of America’s campaign to cripple it. Investors have piled into tech companies’ shares, buoyed by the prospect of new systems such as 5G and a pandemic that is forcing billions of clients to invest far more time and income on the web.
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