Dan Wang writes on China's technology progress and the effects of US regulatory actions. In particular, he tracks China's semiconductor capabilities, US measures on CFIUS and export controls, supply chain relocation and broader Chinese industrial policy. He has given keynotes for organizations that include UBS, the Asia Society and the American Chamber of Commerce, and his work is widely cited in the press. Dan previously worked in Silicon Valley and studied philosophy at the University of Rochester.
Dan is also a contributor to Bloomberg Opinion and writes occasional essays on his personal site: danwang.co.
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