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CSIS' Lewis warns banning technology exports to China would hurt U.S. more

January 11, 2019 |
Rick Weber
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The Center for Strategic and International Studies' James Lewis is warning regulators at the Commerce Department that imposing controls on exports of advanced technologies to China would harm the United States more because of the “two-way flow” needed for continued innovation.

“Our goal cannot be to cut the two-way flow of technology and expertise between the two countries, but to manage it in ways that mitigate risk to national security,” argues Lewis in written comments to Commerce's Bureau of Industry...


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