A scandal involving an executive for an America’s professional basketball team has shown the American public the difficulties of working in the Chinese market. But this experience is hardly new. The technology sector has long struggled to navigate the public relations problems of expansion into China. The National Basketball Association can learn from the adjustments made by tech firms to do business responsibly in China.
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Audio from the Hewlett Foundation’s 2019 conference on cyber issues in national security, tech and academia.
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The United States is currently the world leader in technological innovation, but it faces a challenger in China. It is responding by adopting measures the authors term “shielding, stifling and spurring,” such as the new export controls on Huawei.
On Wednesday, President Donald Trump signed the following executive order, entitled “Securing the Information and Communications Technology and Services Supply Chain.”
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