San Francisco The German software giant SAP sees itself in competitive advantage because of the trade dispute between the US and China. Group CEO Bill McDermott said in a Reuters interview that the company is potentially faced with fewer restrictions in China business than its US rivals due to its German headquarters.
“There is no question that it helps us to have excellent links in the public and private sectors,” McDermott said in the San Francisco-led conversation.
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