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Nationalism will drive global alliances in 2021

The era of tech nationalism launched with India banning Chinese tech platforms and telecom equipment

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Nationalism | Technology | Chinese goods boycott

Pranjal Sharma 



Pranjal Sharma

From being seen as a utility sector, shifted centre stage for policymakers and businesses. The combined impact of Covid-19 and China’s aggression meant that India had to begin to see the strategic importance of technological prowess.

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First Published: Sun, January 10 2021. 20:40 IST

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