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Why US Senators Are Seeking a Ban on Government Deals With Chinese Firms

US Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Republican Senator John Cornyn are lobbying hard for a ban on government business with Chinese chipmakers, Politico reported on Thursday, citing three people familiar with the matter. The senators want to get their amendment which blocks federal access to semiconductor products and services made by Chinese firms into …

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Nvidia Launches Advanced Chip for China That Meets US Export Controls

US chip maker Nvidia said on Monday it is offering a new advanced chip in China that meets recent export control rules aimed at keeping cutting-edge technology out of China’s hands. The new chip, called the A800, represents the first reported effort by a US semiconductor company to create advanced processors for China that follow …

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South Korean Chipmaker SK Hynix Worries About Future Exports to China

South Korean computer chipmaker SK Hynix said Wednesday it might be forced to sell its manufacturing operations in China if a US crackdown on exports of semiconductor technology and manufacturing equipment to China intensifies. SK Hynix‘s chief marketing officer, Kevin Noh, raised those concerns during a conference call on Wednesday after the company reported its operating …

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South Korean Chipmaker SK Hynix Worries About Future Exports to China

South Korean computer chipmaker SK Hynix said Wednesday it might be forced to sell its manufacturing operations in China if a US crackdown on exports of semiconductor technology and manufacturing equipment to China intensifies. SK Hynix‘s chief marketing officer, Kevin Noh, raised those concerns during a conference call on Wednesday after the company reported its operating …

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How the US Plans to Control Exports of Chip Technology to China

The Biden administration announced a dramatic expansion of controls on the export of US semiconductor technology to China, making it ‘illegal’ for any American company to trade semiconductor chips with Chinese companies. The step is being taken to bring a pause in the Chinese tech sector and innovative ecosystems, as the Biden administration considers further …

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How the US Plans to Control Exports of Chip Technology to China

The Biden administration announced a dramatic expansion of controls on the export of US semiconductor technology to China, making it ‘illegal’ for any American company to trade semiconductor chips with Chinese companies. The step is being taken to bring a pause in the Chinese tech sector and innovative ecosystems, as the Biden administration considers further …

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How the US Plans to Control Exports of Chip Technology to China

The Biden administration announced a dramatic expansion of controls on the export of US semiconductor technology to China, making it ‘illegal’ for any American company to trade semiconductor chips with Chinese companies. The step is being taken to bring a pause in the Chinese tech sector and innovative ecosystems, as the Biden administration considers further …

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China Chip Imports Drop 12.4 Percent YoY in September, Says Government Data

China’s chip imports fell 12.4 percent in September, according to official customs data published on Monday, continuing a decline amid tensions with the United States and an ongoing chip shortage. The country imported 47.6 billion chip units during the month, compared with 54.3 billion units in September 2021, according to the data, which had been …

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China Chip Imports Drop 12.4 Percent YoY in September, Says Government Data

China’s chip imports fell 12.4 percent in September, according to official customs data published on Monday, continuing a decline amid tensions with the United States and an ongoing chip shortage. The country imported 47.6 billion chip units during the month, compared with 54.3 billion units in September 2021, according to the data, which had been …

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TSMC Reports 80 Percent Year-on-Year Surge in Profit for Q3 2022: Details

TSMC shares jumped more than 4 percent on Friday morning, outperforming the broader market, after the Taiwanese chipmaker announced a forecast-beating third-quarter profit, though it struck a more cautious note on upcoming demand. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), a major Apple supplier and the world’s largest contract chipmaker, posted on Thursday an 80 percent on-year surge in profit for …

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