The East-West dilemma our tech companies increasingly face

Peter Griffin
Thu, 29 Apr 2021

Peter Griffin
Thu, 29 Apr 2021
Life is getting more complicated for our tech entrepreneurs seeking to tap into the vast Chinese market.They’ve been encouraged to do so by our government over the last decade and while we are now doing more than $32 billion a year in bilateral trade with China, when it comes to areas such as software, health tech, robotics and advanced manufacturing, we are just scratching the surface.As tech startups Rocos and LearnCoach discovered last month, attempting to go deeper is raising increasingly thorny issues. A Stuff Circuit investigat...

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