Tuesday, 11 May 2021

China’s chip market set to achieve self-reliance within two years

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Tuesday 27 October 20

Under the pressure of US sanctions, China’s semiconductor industry is developing rapidly to accommodate soaring domestic demand

US sanctions against Chinese telecoms and technology firms have been relentless this year, having profound consequences for the telecoms industry around the world. Perhaps the most significant of these sanctions were those introduced in August, which restricted semiconductor companies from selling chips developed or produced using US software or technology to Huawei without first obtaining a licence…

US sanctions against Chinese telecoms and technology firms have been relentless this year, having profound consequences for the telecoms industry around the world. Perhaps the most significant of these sanctions were those introduced in August, which restricted semiconductor companies from selling chips developed or produced using US software or technology to Huawei without first obtaining a licence…

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