Illustration: Perry TseIllustration: Perry Tse
Illustration: Perry Tse

Lagging in semiconductors, China sees a chance to overtake the US with AI chips as 5G ushers in new era

  • This is the final part in a series of in-depth articles examining China’s efforts to build a stronger domestic semiconductor industry amid rising trade tensions
  • Here we look at whether the coming shift in computing from mobile to the internet of things is the break that China needs to close the technology gap

Topic |   Semiconductors
Illustration: Perry TseIllustration: Perry Tse
Illustration: Perry Tse
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