The State of Michigan is Building Momentum Against Banning Contracts with the PRC

In March of 2023, more than 100 residents in rural Michigan revolted against a decision to allow Chinese-owned firms to build a battery plant in the area, wanting to protect their land from the threats of the PRC. The revolt made it clear Michigan residents do not want ties to China within the state. One way Michigan leaders can heed the concerns of residents is by ending contracts with government restricted Chinese technology companies.  In our recent report, China Tech Threat revealed  that the state of Michigan spent $3,428 on restricted Chinese technology from Lenovo, that the state does not provide any details on which departments use the technology, (see our Michigan fact sheet here). This dangerous Chinese government-owned technology… Read More