While no mainland Chinese companies were targeted by Washington’s chip data survey, it set off alarm bells within the domestic semiconductor sector, which has faced US restrictions that curtail access to advanced technologies and manufacturing equipment. Photo: Shutterstock
While no mainland Chinese companies were targeted by Washington’s chip data survey, it set off alarm bells within the domestic semiconductor sector, which has faced US restrictions that curtail access to advanced technologies and manufacturing equipment. Photo: Shutterstock

US-China tech war: state media questions Washington’s intent on demanding chip supply data from TSMC, Samsung amid ‘targeted sanction’ concerns

  • The US government’s recent request for chip supply data ‘exposes its plot’ to hold back China’s semiconductor development, according to Xinhua
  • While no mainland Chinese firms were targeted by the US survey, it set off alarm bells in the country’s semiconductor industry

Topic |   Semiconductors
While no mainland Chinese companies were targeted by Washington’s chip data survey, it set off alarm bells within the domestic semiconductor sector, which has faced US restrictions that curtail access to advanced technologies and manufacturing equipment. Photo: Shutterstock
While no mainland Chinese companies were targeted by Washington’s chip data survey, it set off alarm bells within the domestic semiconductor sector, which has faced US restrictions that curtail access to advanced technologies and manufacturing equipment. Photo: Shutterstock
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