Intangibles are the new basis for competition, and the U.S.-China tech “cold war” is changing assumptions about global commerce and geopolitics.

Along with co-author Royce Mendes, Munk School’s Sean Speer and Robert Asselin make the case for a bold policy response to adapt to these geo-economic trends: a challenge-driven industrial strategy that will give Canada a competitive edge as it rebuilds post-COVID-19

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