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In its 14th five-year plan, China laid out its vision for how the country’s post-pandemic recovery can help assert its economic rise. Central to the plan are robust investments in research and development, in a bid to bolster its prowess in seven “frontier” technologies and ensure its self-reliance in the face of tough competition and alienation from the U.S.
Here’s what you need to know.