Corporate America has long been worried about: When tariffs are no longer effective, the Chinese Communist regime will turn to American companies in China and make their life difficult. What will happen next?
China and the U.S. differ in their attitude toward intellectual property rights, which manifests as the conflict between two ideologies and value systems. Given this situation, what do you think will happen with conflicts such as the one between Micron and Fujian Jinhua? Are individual Western firms taking on the entire Chinese system, and are they doomed to fail?
Let’s hear what Wen Zhao says.