CLAREMONT, CALIFORNIA – U.S. politicians from both congressional parties are worried that China is overtaking America as the global leader in science and technology.
In a rare display of bipartisanship, the normally gridlocked Senate passed a bill in early June to spend close to $250 billion in the next decade to promote cutting-edge research. But lawmakers may be fretting unnecessarily, because the Chinese government seems to be doing everything possible to lose its tech race with America.
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