The demise of a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Wuhan is another blow to China’s ambitions to become self-sufficient in computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock
The demise of a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Wuhan is another blow to China’s ambitions to become self-sufficient in computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock

Troubled Chinese semiconductor plant has ‘no plans’ to resume operations, 240 lose their jobs

  • Employees at Wuhan Hongxin Semiconductor Manufacturing Co ‘asked to resign’ via WeChat message, media report says
  • No explanation given, no compensation offered, they say

The demise of a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Wuhan is another blow to China’s ambitions to become self-sufficient in computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock
The demise of a semiconductor manufacturing plant in Wuhan is another blow to China’s ambitions to become self-sufficient in computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock
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