Microsoft CEO NADELLA: the world situation will be defined by Sino US relations in the next 30 years.

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 Microsoft CEO NADELLA: the world situation will be defined by Sino US relations in the next 30 years.


I think the world pattern for the next 10 years, the next 20 years or even the next 30 years, no matter how you determine the time range, will be defined by these two countries (China and the United States), which will create more interdependence, not less, Nadella said in an interview with CNBC. This will be beneficial to both countries and to the whole world. FactSet estimates that Microsoft regards China as its second largest source of revenue, second only to the United States. Mainland China accounts for nearly 10% of Microsofts total revenue, which has declined slightly in the past three years. Nadella pointed out: as we have imagined, globalization does not create fair growth opportunities around the world, but the solution is to discuss and implement the principle of free trade fair. I think anything that produces uncertainty is bad. So in my opinion, dialogue at any place is a breakthrough. We have many legitimate issues to discuss and need solutions. (small) source: NetEase science and technology report editor: Hou Wei Cheng _NT4124 I think the world pattern for the next 10 years, the next 20 years or even the next 30 years, no matter how you determine the time range, will be defined by these two countries (China and the United States), which will create more interdependence, not less, Nadella said in an interview with CNBC. This will be beneficial to both countries and to the whole world. FactSet estimates that Microsoft regards China as its second largest source of revenue, second only to the United States. Mainland China accounts for nearly 10% of Microsofts total revenue, which has declined slightly in the past three years. Nadella pointed out: as we have imagined, globalization does not create fair growth opportunities around the world, but the solution is to discuss and implement the principle of free trade fair. I think anything that produces uncertainty is bad. So in my opinion, dialogue at any place is a breakthrough. We have many legitimate issues to discuss and need solutions. (small)