Taiwan has banned cable TV providers from using China-made semiconductors and wafers in set-top boxes, citing cybersecurity risks. Photo: Reuters

Taiwan bans China-made semiconductors from cable TV boxes, in line with new cybersecurity law

  • The move is a further headache for HiSilicon, a unit of Huawei, which has struggled to maintain client relationships amid US trade restrictions
  • Cable network providers say they will look to source from American or European semiconductor makers
Topic |   US-China tech war

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Taiwan has banned cable TV providers from using China-made semiconductors and wafers in set-top boxes, citing cybersecurity risks. Photo: Reuters
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Georgina Lee

Georgina Lee

Georgina Lee has been a financial journalist for more than 15 years, having worked for newswires and trade magazines before she joined the Post. She has also previously written research articles on key structured credit themes for a credit rating agency.