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Mapping China’s Tech Giants: Covid-19, supply chains and strategic competition

ASPI Presents - Mapping China’s Tech Giants: Covid-19, supply chains and strategic competition

Speakers Fergus Ryan, Samantha Hoffman, Jocelinn Kang and Danielle Cave

ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre is delighted to invite you to the hybrid event re-launching our ‘Mapping China’s Technology Giants’ project on Wednesday 23 June at 5.30pm. Join us in-person or online via Livestorm. 

First launched in 2019, Mapping China’s Technology Giants is a multi-year project that tracks the global expansion of 27 key Chinese technology companies. Re-launched in June 2021, this data-driven project - and the accompanying new research products - continue to fill a research and policy gap by building understanding about the global trajectory and impact of China’s largest companies working across the internet, telecommunications, artificial intelligence, surveillance, e-commerce, finance, biotechnology, big data, cloud computing, smart city and social media sectors.

Join ASPI’s Dr Samantha Hoffman, Fergus Ryan, Jocelinn Kang and Danielle Cave as they discuss how the Covid-19 pandemic, growing China–US strategic and technological competition, the PRC’s evolving data ecosystem, an unprecedented onslaught of sanctions from abroad, new supply chain issues  and a regulatory storm at home is impacting the global ambitions of China’s technology giants.

This event will be followed by a reception. 

Please note: this is a hybrid event, with the option to attend in-person or online. 

  • To attend in-person, register via the 'register' button above
  • To attend online, register here.

Speakers

Fergus Ryan

Fergus is an Analyst with ASPI's International Cyber Policy Centre.

Samantha Hoffman

Dr Samantha Hoffman is a Senior Analyst with ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre.

Jocelinn Kang

Jocelinn Kang is a Program Manager & Technical Specialist at ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre.

Danielle Cave

Danielle is the Deputy Director of ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre.