February 01, 2024

US deems more Chinese tech companies ‘military’ and a national security risk

Source: South China Morning Post

Journalist: Khushboo Razdan

According to Bill Drexel of the Center for a New American Security, a Washington-based think tank, the updated list “stands as a reminder that the Sino-American economic relationship – especially around technology – is continuing to fray, and for good reason”.

He said that while the Chinese Communist Party would not back down from its military-civil fusion strategy, “Americans cannot afford to be naive about the pronounced role that ostensibly private companies in China play in building out China’s military might, with direct strategic implications for American national security.”

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  • Bill Drexel

    Fellow, Technology and National Security Program

    Bill Drexel is a Fellow for the Technology and National Security Program at CNAS. His work focuses on Sino-American competition, artificial intelligence, and technology as an ...