US President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor, as he speaks before signing an executive order, aimed at addressing a global chip shortage, at the White House in Washington, on February 24, 2021. Photo: Reuters US President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor, as he speaks before signing an executive order, aimed at addressing a global chip shortage, at the White House in Washington, on February 24, 2021. Photo: Reuters
US President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor, as he speaks before signing an executive order, aimed at addressing a global chip shortage, at the White House in Washington, on February 24, 2021. Photo: Reuters
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US-China tech war: US Senate said to be mulling US$30 billion in funding to boost semiconductor industry

  • US lawmakers are crafting a new bill to enhance US competitiveness against China in key tech areas such as artificial intelligence and semiconductors
  • The package to shore up the US tech sector may include provisions to curb China’s access to US capital markets

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US President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor, as he speaks before signing an executive order, aimed at addressing a global chip shortage, at the White House in Washington, on February 24, 2021. Photo: Reuters US President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor, as he speaks before signing an executive order, aimed at addressing a global chip shortage, at the White House in Washington, on February 24, 2021. Photo: Reuters
US President Joe Biden holds a semiconductor, as he speaks before signing an executive order, aimed at addressing a global chip shortage, at the White House in Washington, on February 24, 2021. Photo: Reuters
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