US-China tech war: can China’s chipmaking drive save it from US technology embargo?


Beijing is going all in to back a breakthrough in Chinese semiconductor manufacturing as the nation faces US sanctions on hi-tech goodsBut many newcomers to the industry have little experience and some experts say the ‘whatever it takes’ approach shows tolerance for inefficiency

Cissy Zhou

Cissy Zhou

Published: 11:30pm, 28 Sep, 2020 SCMP

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US squeezes China’s biggest chip-maker SMIC

By Leo Kelion, BBC, Technology desk editor

The US Department of Commerce has written to American suppliers of China’s biggest chip manufacturer, warning them of “unprecedented risks” that their products could be used by the Chinese military.

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