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China’s R&D, tech investment inflows show deepening global economic integration despite US decoupling push

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s economy deepened its integration with the rest of the world in October, with foreign investment increasing amid strong spending in R&D and the tech sector, even as the Trump administration ramped up efforts to decouple the country from the United States.The pattern of investment mirrors ongoing changes in the world’s second biggest economy, notably a push by Beijing to accelerate innovation driven growth and gain technological independence in the face of pressure from Washington.China’s…

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China’s economy deepened its integration with the rest of the world in October, with foreign investment increasing amid strong spending in R&D and the tech sector, even as the Trump administration ramped up efforts to decouple the country from the United States.The pattern of investment mirrors ongoing changes in the world’s second biggest economy, notably a push by Beijing to accelerate innovation driven growth and gain technological independence in the face of pressure from Washington.China’s…

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