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China’s Liu He says foreign hostility spurring nation’s push for hi-tech independence

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Foreign efforts to contain Chinese technology development have invigorated the country’s determination to tackle weak links in the economy and accelerate the shift towards innovation driven growth, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He has said.Liu, the top economic adviser to President Xi Jinping and the lead negotiator in trade war talks with the United States, did not name a foreign power his address to Beijing’s Financial Street Forum on Wednesday, but attributed disruptions in Chinese supply chains…

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Foreign efforts to contain Chinese technology development have invigorated the country’s determination to tackle weak links in the economy and accelerate the shift towards innovation driven growth, Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He has said.Liu, the top economic adviser to President Xi Jinping and the lead negotiator in trade war talks with the United States, did not name a foreign power his address to Beijing’s Financial Street Forum on Wednesday, but attributed disruptions in Chinese supply chains…

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