“How 2400 pages of tech industrial policy will change transatlantic relations”, Tobias Gehrke (Egmont, Belgium)

The currently 2400-page long ‘US Innovation and Competition Act’ making its way through Congress is about one thing only: China. But it also signals a much broader shift in American geoeconomic strategy towards tech industrial policy which matters just as much for Europe. To avoid major rifts, tech industrial diplomacy will need to become a staple of transatlantic affairs.

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