Industrial powerhouses such as Germany, which produce semiconductors and silicon wafers (pictured), may find it’s not easy to fall in line with the US’ new export restrictions on China. Photo: Bloomberg
Industrial powerhouses such as Germany, which produce semiconductors and silicon wafers (pictured), may find it’s not easy to fall in line with the US’ new export restrictions on China. Photo: Bloomberg

If China can’t get American tech, maybe US allies will be more open to supplying chips

  • Industrial powerhouses such as Germany or the Netherlands might be less inclined to ‘blindly follow the United States’ amid growing calls for cautious policies on China
  • Turning unilateral export controls on China into multilateral controls looks to be a major challenge and a ‘key White House diplomatic priority’

Industrial powerhouses such as Germany, which produce semiconductors and silicon wafers (pictured), may find it’s not easy to fall in line with the US’ new export restrictions on China. Photo: Bloomberg
Industrial powerhouses such as Germany, which produce semiconductors and silicon wafers (pictured), may find it’s not easy to fall in line with the US’ new export restrictions on China. Photo: Bloomberg
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