Xi Jinping reveals plan for new state technologies

Chinese tech giants Tecent, Alibaba and ByteDance have been enlisted to carry out President Xi Jinping's internet and cyber governance plans ahead of the 20th Chinese Party Congress in October. [...]
Published on 05.04.2022 at 06:00 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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