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CIA warns of Asian technological domination
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/17/2005 10:38:00 PM.

China and India will increasingly set the standards for the global technology industry, according to a report from the CIA. In its predictions for the world in 2020 the CIA's National Intelligence Council warned that these two global players will increasingly dominate the focus of the world economy.

The agency expects that the technologically literate populations of China and India will spread around the world, filling jobs currently performed by workers in Western countries.

"Among the drivers of the growing availability of technology will be the growing two-way flow of high-tech brain power between developing countries and Western countries, the increasing size of the technologically literate workforce in some developing countries, and efforts by multinational corporations to diversify their high-tech operations," the report stated.

The National Intelligence Council report can be seen here.

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