China wants to reduce its dependence on imported chips and that is fuelling big gains in semiconductor producers. Photo: Handout China wants to reduce its dependence on imported chips and that is fuelling big gains in semiconductor producers. Photo: Handout
China wants to reduce its dependence on imported chips and that is fuelling big gains in semiconductor producers. Photo: Handout
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China funds make 47 per cent windfall from chip, new-energy stocks as tech clampdown burns home-grown giants

  • Top 10 onshore funds generated 41 to 51 per cent gains this year through August 6 by loading up on chip makers and new-energy companies
  • Fine Made Microelectronics, which almost doubled its earnings in 2020 and is among popular picks, rewarded funds with a 246 per cent rally

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China wants to reduce its dependence on imported chips and that is fuelling big gains in semiconductor producers. Photo: Handout China wants to reduce its dependence on imported chips and that is fuelling big gains in semiconductor producers. Photo: Handout
China wants to reduce its dependence on imported chips and that is fuelling big gains in semiconductor producers. Photo: Handout
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