An anti-espionage law is crucial to halt cases like AIST where Japanese universities invest taxpayer funds in research that in the end benefits China.
Their announcement of R&D cooperation on a Japan-based 2-nanometer semiconductor facility shows both parties’ strengths can help leading-edge supply chains.
Civilian entities across China are actively involved in supporting the CCP military and defense apparatus.
Japanese manufacturers get aggressive about protecting their inventions from theft and patent laundering.
While China benefits from leaked technology from Japan, an advisory board in Tokyo won’t let the Ministry of Defense sit in a policy-making science council.
The vetoes of two people who play an important role in corporate governance highlight the deep conflict between shareholders.
Japan must work with G7 and the Quad to rebuild supply chains and prevent the outflow of technology.
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