Michael Rogers: Can China build its own Silicon Valley?


At this point, skeptics may recall that similar fears about a new global competitor rose in the 1980s, when it appeared that Japan might gain an insurmountable technology lead. Japan built plenty of science parks and even imported Americans to teach Silicon Valley ways. The American press issued grave warnings about the future of the U.S. technology lead, but in the end Japan never became a global technology innovator. So what’s different about this new Chinese initiative?

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