Articles On: ‘Made in China’ Chip, Foreign Influence on Grantees, Battery Technology, Biotech, and CATL’s Super-Charged Trajectory

Sunday, October 17, 2021

THIS SECTION HIGHLIGHTS ARTICLES AND REPORTS ON THE HARMFUL IMPACTS OF THE COMMERCIAL AND ECONOMIC POLICIES EMPLOYED BY THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY.

 

'Made in China' chip drive falls far short of 70% self-sufficiency
by Shunsuke Tabeta
via Nikkei Asia on October 13, 2021


Top U.S. science funder says it is swamped by investigations of foreign influence on grantees
by Jeffrey Mervis
via Science on October 7, 2021


China’s Power Problems Expose a Strategic Weakness
by Keith Bradsher
via New York Times on October 13, 2021


Battery technology gives China an opening in electric vehicles
by Henry Sanderson
via Financial Times on October 7, 2021


Biotech’s Borders
by Anastasiia Carrier
via The Wire China on October 10, 2021


CATL's Super-Charged Trajectory
by Eliot Chen
via The Wire China on October 10, 2021


Lithium Deal Shows China’s Accelerating Race for Battery Metals
by Yvonne Yue Li
via Bloomberg on October 11, 2021