/ A Baltic View on Transatlantic Tech Relations Towards China

Cooperation in hi-tech has been on the Sino-Baltic agenda since the beginning of China’s engagement with the region in early 2010s. The Baltic states had no need for China’s loans, they believed high value-added cooperation could instead be established in cutting edge sectors with a complementarity between China’s technological development and the Baltics highly educated work force, low production costs, and digital orientation. This framework was supported, at least at a symbolic level, within all three states, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

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