An aerial view of a Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) factory in Nanjing, in eastern China. Photo: AFP
An aerial view of a Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) factory in Nanjing, in eastern China. Photo: AFP
Stanley Chao
Opinion

Opinion

Stanley Chao

The US-China chip war will end with small victories and losers all around

  • Although Joe Biden’s tech sanctions have set back China’s bid to achieve chip independence, it would not be wise to count the Chinese out
  • More likely, the contest for chip supremacy will have no clear-cut winners, while consumers everywhere pay more for less

An aerial view of a Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) factory in Nanjing, in eastern China. Photo: AFP
An aerial view of a Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) factory in Nanjing, in eastern China. Photo: AFP
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