Dell, which started selling its personal computers to retail stores in China from 2007, has certain laptop models assembled on the mainland by electronics contract manufacturers. Photo: Shutterstock
Dell, which started selling its personal computers to retail stores in China from 2007, has certain laptop models assembled on the mainland by electronics contract manufacturers. Photo: Shutterstock

US computer giant Dell to replace all China-made chips in its products by 2024 amid tensions between Beijing and Washington

  • Dell wants all of the chips used in its products, including those made by foreign suppliers in China, to be sourced from outside the country
  • Dell reportedly also plans to move about 50 per cent of its production out of China by 2025

Dell, which started selling its personal computers to retail stores in China from 2007, has certain laptop models assembled on the mainland by electronics contract manufacturers. Photo: Shutterstock
Dell, which started selling its personal computers to retail stores in China from 2007, has certain laptop models assembled on the mainland by electronics contract manufacturers. Photo: Shutterstock
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