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China’s Silicon Valley Lingang in Shanghai Has Tesla, Struggles to Lure Others – Bloomberg


Sep 17, 2022

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This article is the fourth in an occasional series about the New Geography of Technology. You can read the first installment on Milan here, the second on the new US tech economy here and the third on Tel Aviv here.
Chinese President Xi Jinping has a goal of turning a quiet Shanghai suburb into the country’s next Silicon Valley, but more than three years into its making, that vision is facing mounting challenges. 


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