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As COVID-19 and Washington put pressure on China’s semiconductor supply chain, Beijing’s semiconductor firms are determined to continue operating.
China Faces Potential Disruptions to Semiconductor Industry, Ignores Biden Administration Warnings
Since late March, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has faced potential risks to its semiconductor industry as COVID-19 and political tensions with the West threaten its capabilities.  Despite the lockdowns and political repercussions, China’s top...
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US and Taiwan Reach New Agreement to Bolster Chip Technology
The U.S. and Taiwan have reached a new agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two by establishing new frameworks in technology trade, investment and innovation.  U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo’s office said a five-hour call...
The U.S. recently announced increased cooperation with South Korea in fields such as semiconductors, AI, and 6G. Employees of Hynix Semiconductor are shown walking past the company's logo at a branch in Seoul on July 21, 2011. Hynix Semiconductor is the world's second-largest memory chip maker.
US Strengthens Ties With South Korea and Taiwan, Restructures Supply Chains Away From China
On May 21, President Joe Biden and South Korean President Moon Jae-in issued a joint statement, in which both leaders reaffirmed their “mutual commitment” to cooperate in various fields such as global health and technology...
People walk past the headquarters of the world's largest semiconductor maker TSMC in Hsinchu on January 29, 2021.
TSMC’s Chairman, Founder Express Disapproval of Moving Manufacturing to US From Taiwan
It has been about a year since the dominant computer chip company Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd (TSMC) has announced plans to open a factory in Arizona. Recently, however, TSMC Chairman Mark Liu and TSMC...
President Biden is apparently planning to move ahead with a rule passed by the Trump administration last November aimed at combating Chinese technology related threats.
Washington Imposing Sanctions to Counter Chinese Tech Threats
President Biden is planning to move ahead with a rule passed by the Trump administration last November to combat Chinese technology-related threats. The rule, which comes into effect next month, will empower the U.S. Commerce...