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Fortune's Global Tech Forum: Inside the Trade War’s Tech Battle That Neither China Nor the U.S. Can Afford to Lose

Fortune's Global Tech Forum: Inside the Trade War’s Tech Battle That Neither China Nor the U.S. Can Afford to Lose

Fortune's Global Tech Forum: Inside the Trade War’s Tech Battle That Neither China Nor the U.S. Can Afford to Lose

Fortune's Global Tech Forum: Inside the Trade War’s Tech Battle That Neither China Nor the U.S. Can Afford to Lose

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November 7, 2019

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At a Thursday panel at Fortune's Global Tech Forum in Guangzhou, China, policy and industry experts discussed the potential of a U.S.-China decoupling and where technology companies fall in the two superpowers' trade and tech wars. Deborah Lehr, CEO of Basilinna and vice chairman and executive director of the Paulson Institute, offers a pragmatic view of the situation.

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Al-Ahram Weekly: Egypt's Road to Renewable Energy

Al-Ahram Weekly: Egypt's Road to Renewable Energy

Al-Ahram Weekly: Egypt's Road to Renewable Energy

Al-Ahram Weekly: Egypt's Road to Renewable Energy

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Yousra Abdelhameed

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October 22, 2019

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Egypt’s climate, population demographics and growing economy align with China’s own goals for pushing ahead on green energy, and for using this issue as a platform for deeper international partnerships. Whether cooperating on NEVs or tapping Egypt’s vast potential for renewable power, there are no signs that this relationship will be fading any time soon.

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The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

The Diplomat: How Latin America Factors Into the US-China Rivalry

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Leigh Wedell

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February 27, 2019

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The U.S.-China relationship is on a new trajectory that has profound implications for other regions. Even with a resolution to the trade war possibly on the horizon, this bilateral relationship is now confronting a systemic clash that – at its heart – centers around the race to commercialize transformative technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and self-driving vehicles. This clash will play out not just between the United States and China, but around the world, pressuring countries and leading tech companies to choose a side.

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The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

The Diplomat: How the US-China Tech Wars Will Impact the Developing World

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Deborah Lehr

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February 22, 2019

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If an “economic iron curtain” falls, it will be in areas like the Middle East and Africa.

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Quick Take: Huawei Under Pressure: Implications for Chinese Tech

Quick Take: Huawei Under Pressure: Implications for Chinese Tech

Quick Take: Huawei Under Pressure: Implications for Chinese Tech

Quick Take: Huawei Under Pressure: Implications for Chinese Tech

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Basilinna

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December 10, 2018

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The developments around the high-profile arrest of Huawei’s CFO has created a media frenzy, launched a range of conspiracy theories and increased speculation about the role of Chinese telecom equipment providers globally. The following is a succinct summary of the salient facts of the case and its potential implications.

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China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

China's Vice Premier heads to U.S. for trade talks

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Bloomberg

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May 11, 2018

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Deborah Lehr, CEO of Basilinna, discusses trade relations between the United States and China as the nations prepare to resume trade talks. She speaks with Bloomberg's David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

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Egyptian drivers hold the key to cleaner air

Egyptian drivers hold the key to cleaner air

Egyptian drivers hold the key to cleaner air

Egyptian drivers hold the key to cleaner air

As the slow wheels of government inch toward policies that lead to cleaner air, Egyptian drivers could hold the key to a faster result, with the answer provided by an unlikely partner – Chinese auto companies. The steadily growing demand for ground transportation has Egypt facing fast growing levels of greenhouse gas emissions, with 50 percent stemming just from vehicles.

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A Chinese helping hand

A Chinese helping hand

A Chinese helping hand

A Chinese helping hand

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Ambassador Yasser Elnaggar

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October 24, 2017

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China is aggressively expanding in key regions and commercial sectors as the country seeks to become a global economic leader. Chinese President Xi Jinping has launched his signature foreign policy programme, the Belt and Road Initiative (B&R), to finance projects and programmes along a modern Silk Road and solidify ties with governments from Asia and Africa to the Middle East and Europe.

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6 Tips for Small Businesses to Tap into the China Market

6 Tips for Small Businesses to Tap into the China Market

6 Tips for Small Businesses to Tap into the China Market

6 Tips for Small Businesses to Tap into the China Market

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Basilinna

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June 21, 2017

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The siren song of the China market has lured many small businesses with the purchasing power of its one billion customers. Accessing the China market can be a costly, tricky, and time-consuming endeavor for even the savviest Fortune 500 companies

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Xi Jinping: The core of the party

Xi Jinping: The core of the party

Xi Jinping: The core of the party

Xi Jinping: The core of the party

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Deborah Lehr

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November 7, 2016

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The Communist Party of China, at its recent annual gathering in October, conferred on President Xi Jinping the status of the “core” of the Party. The position of “President” is largely titular, and the real power stems from the person holding the position of the General Secretary of the Party.

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Cities and the environment anchor the U.S.-China relationship

Cities and the environment anchor the U.S.-China relationship

Cities and the environment anchor the U.S.-China relationship

Cities and the environment anchor the U.S.-China relationship

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Leigh Wedell

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October 15, 2015

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The U.S.-China relationship remains bogged down by a host of intractable issues, ranging from cyber security and the South China Sea to currency devaluation and China’s economic slowdown.

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