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MWC Shanghai Begs for Cooperation in a Shattered World

The first post-COVID in-person tech trade show only highlighted the borders that have gone up around the world.

By Sascha Segan

As dignitaries lined up to launch the first in-person, post-COVID tech trade show, I noticed one thing about this supposedly global event: everyone on stage was listed as coming from China.




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