Senator Tom Cotton has joined the public debate among industry groups and think tanks in advocating US government support for the country’s semiconductor manufacturing industry. Photo: AP Senator Tom Cotton has joined the public debate among industry groups and think tanks in advocating US government support for the country’s semiconductor manufacturing industry. Photo: AP
Senator Tom Cotton has joined the public debate among industry groups and think tanks in advocating US government support for the country’s semiconductor manufacturing industry. Photo: AP

US-China tech war: calls for Biden to fund US semiconductors grow louder in Washington

  • South Korea currently leads with a 25 per cent share of the world’s advanced chipmaking capacity, followed by Taiwan, Japan and China
  • Cotton, a China hawk, views Beijing’s rivalry in cutting-edge technology as a threat to the US’s commercial and military advantages

Topic |   US-China tech war
Senator Tom Cotton has joined the public debate among industry groups and think tanks in advocating US government support for the country’s semiconductor manufacturing industry. Photo: AP Senator Tom Cotton has joined the public debate among industry groups and think tanks in advocating US government support for the country’s semiconductor manufacturing industry. Photo: AP
Senator Tom Cotton has joined the public debate among industry groups and think tanks in advocating US government support for the country’s semiconductor manufacturing industry. Photo: AP
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