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Sinopec successfully industrializes crude oil steam-cracking technology, China’s first | Source: Global Times

China’s major energy enterprise Sinopec has successfully industrialized crude oil steam-cracking technology which can turn crude oil directly into different chemicals such as ethylene and propylene. The breakthrough that the process has been industrialized in China has important implications for the development of the country’s petrochemical sector.

Source: Global Times


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China to triple 5G base station count by 2025 | Source: Mobile World live

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) laid out plans to more than triple the number of 5G base stations over the next four years, targeting a total of 3.64 million by end-2025. Currently the nation has 1.2 million 5G sites nationwide, which make up about 70 per cent of the global total, with the number of customers on compatible plans accounting for 38.7 per cent of the nation’s tally. The plans also forecast the cumulative investment in telecoms infrastructure.

Source: Mobile World live


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China is accelerating plans to replace US & foreign technology | Source: Forex Live

“China is trying to develop homegrown technologies,” said Dan Wang, technology analyst at Gavekal Dragonomics. “This effort is more serious now that many more domestic firms now share that political goal, since no one can be sure that U.S. technologies can avoid U.S. export controls.” This all makes sense given renewed US, and other countries, restrictions on tech exports to China.

Source: Forex Live


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China is pushing to develop its own chips | Source: CNBC

Chinese technology giants have been designing their own chips, a move seen as progress towards China’s goal to boost its domestic capabilities in a critical technology, as China’s reliance on foreign companies in the semiconductor supply chain could make domestic firms vulnerable to any geopolitical tensions, while the U.S., seeing it as key for national security, given the supply chain is very concentrated in Asia. Moreover, China is still a long way off even if it’s one step closer to self-sufficiency, according to experts, adding that the country is still heavily dependent on foreign technology.

Source: CNBC


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China eager to cooperate with Russia on digitalization projects | Source: TASS

The Chinese authorities are interested in deepening the economic cooperation with Russia in new promising areas, including the implementation of projects in the sector of digital technologies. The aspects of the cooperation between two countries relate to various spheres such as 5G mobile technologies, big data and artificial intelligence, environmentally sound energy sources, energy-saving technologies, etc.

Source: TASS


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US Senate votes for bill to help compete with China | Source: Al Jazeera

A hardline in dealings with China is one of the few themes uniting a divided Congress [File: Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg] (Bloomberg)

The US Senate approved a sweeping package of legislation intended to boost the country’s ability to compete with Chinese technology and research, in semiconductors and telecommunications equipment, among others. China’s parliament expressed “strong indignation and resolute opposition” to the bill.

Source: Al Jazeera


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