Recent congressional spending proposals, such as the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill and the $1.7 trillion social-spending package, have included investments in research and development in areas such as green technologies and energy storage. While these investments are greatly needed, it will take more attention to and investment in strategic technologies to compete with China.
Unless the U.S. can organize a national response analogous to the mobilization that created the technologies that won World War II, China could soon dominate the technologies of the future and the opportunities they will create.
From The Wall Street Journal
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