US consensus on China: The fine print
When the Senate voted 68 to 32 in June to pass the United States Innovation and Competitiveness Act, a Bill aimed at boosting American innovation to compete with China, the vote margin – overwhelmingly bipartisan by Capitol Hill’s standards – was read as a signal of how countering Beijing had become the rarest of unicorns in Washington.
It was an issue on which both Democrats and Republicans agreed.
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