The battle for autonomous technology among automakers, Tier 1s and tech companies is being waged with sensors, software, talent and billions of dollars in investment. But competition also is heating up among nations, as countries such as the U.S., Germany and China vie to for self-driving supremacy. Two major, intertwined components of this are government support and policy, and the U.S.’s current lead could slip as the governments in other auto-manufacturing nations pour resources ...

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