If China overcomes the odds and succeeds in its quest for chip self-sufficiency, it will shift the global balance of power. Photo: Shutterstock If China overcomes the odds and succeeds in its quest for chip self-sufficiency, it will shift the global balance of power. Photo: Shutterstock
If China overcomes the odds and succeeds in its quest for chip self-sufficiency, it will shift the global balance of power. Photo: Shutterstock
Craig Addison
Opinion

Opinion

Craig Addison

China’s semiconductor quest is likely to fail, leaving rapprochement with US the only way out

  • China does not have a good track record when it comes to developing its own chip industry, even with the help of foreign technology partners
  • Country’s chip makers must invent new ways to design and make semiconductors of equal or better performance than products from TSMC, Samsung and Intel

If China overcomes the odds and succeeds in its quest for chip self-sufficiency, it will shift the global balance of power. Photo: Shutterstock If China overcomes the odds and succeeds in its quest for chip self-sufficiency, it will shift the global balance of power. Photo: Shutterstock
If China overcomes the odds and succeeds in its quest for chip self-sufficiency, it will shift the global balance of power. Photo: Shutterstock
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