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China’s soft technology power is as important as its physical hardware that launches rockets

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing’s ongoing crackdown on China’s technology giants has fanned the flames of a sidebar discussion about the value of “hard” technologies versus “soft” ones.A popular notion is that hard technology, such as a powerful new piece of machinery, helps give countries a competitive advantage over rivals, whereas soft technology, such as an app, mainly entertains consumers and could spoil people. From that perspective, some now argue that China is expending too many resources on soft technologies,…

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Beijing’s ongoing crackdown on China’s technology giants has fanned the flames of a sidebar discussion about the value of “hard” technologies versus “soft” ones.A popular notion is that hard technology, such as a powerful new piece of machinery, helps give countries a competitive advantage over rivals, whereas soft technology, such as an app, mainly entertains consumers and could spoil people. From that perspective, some now argue that China is expending too many resources on soft technologies,…
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