A worker of Infineon Technologies, one of Europe’s largest semiconductor companies, displays some of the German firm’s products. Chip makers Infineon, STMicroelectronics, AMS and Dialog Semiconductor are assessing the latest US government sanctions against Huawei Technologies. Photo: APA worker of Infineon Technologies, one of Europe’s largest semiconductor companies, displays some of the German firm’s products. Chip makers Infineon, STMicroelectronics, AMS and Dialog Semiconductor are assessing the latest US government sanctions against Huawei Technologies. Photo: AP
A worker of Infineon Technologies, one of Europe’s largest semiconductor companies, displays some of the German firm’s products. Chip makers Infineon, STMicroelectronics, AMS and Dialog Semiconductor are assessing the latest US government sanctions against Huawei Technologies. Photo: AP

Europe’s chip makers are vulnerable in US fight with Huawei

  • These chip makers face a potentially greater threat to business if China chooses to retaliate against the US by targeting one of their most important clients, Apple
  • A chunk of the components made by European chip makers, such as STMicroelectronics and AMS, end up in Huawei’s smartphones

Topic |   Semiconductors
A worker of Infineon Technologies, one of Europe’s largest semiconductor companies, displays some of the German firm’s products. Chip makers Infineon, STMicroelectronics, AMS and Dialog Semiconductor are assessing the latest US government sanctions against Huawei Technologies. Photo: APA worker of Infineon Technologies, one of Europe’s largest semiconductor companies, displays some of the German firm’s products. Chip makers Infineon, STMicroelectronics, AMS and Dialog Semiconductor are assessing the latest US government sanctions against Huawei Technologies. Photo: AP
A worker of Infineon Technologies, one of Europe’s largest semiconductor companies, displays some of the German firm’s products. Chip makers Infineon, STMicroelectronics, AMS and Dialog Semiconductor are assessing the latest US government sanctions against Huawei Technologies. Photo: AP
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