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hinese firms for ideas. A New York Times report even said that "th▓e trope that China copies the U.S. hasn't been true for years, and in mobile it's the opposite: the U.S. often copies China."Although Shapiro noted that companies across the world are learning from each other in terms of innovation, h


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