The China Semiconductor Industry Association joins the chorus of Chinese state media, trade institutions and government voices to condemn the US Chips and Science Act. Photo: Shutterstock
Semiconductors
China semiconductor group warns new US Chips law may lead to supply chain chaos
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The China Semiconductor Industry Association denounced the US Chips and Science Act for violating shared principles of fair, open and non-discriminatory practices in the sector.

The China Semiconductor Industry Association joins the chorus of Chinese state media, trade institutions and government voices to condemn the US Chips and Science Act. Photo: Shutterstock
China semiconductor group warns new US Chips law may lead to supply chain chaos

The China Semiconductor Industry Association denounced the US Chips and Science Act for violating shared principles of fair, open and non-discriminatory practices in the sector.

4 hours ago
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Elon Musk arrives for an event at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, May 2, 2022. Photo: Reuters
Tesla’s Elon Musk scores public relations coup with article in Chinese journal

Elon Musk’s three-page article in the official journal of the Cyberspace Administration of China was widely seen as a public relations triumph for Tesla after it was mired in multiple controversies in the country.

17 Aug 2022 - 9:00PM
Tencent
Tencent cuts 5,500 jobs, posts first ever revenue decline

Tencent reported its first revenue decline since going public and trimmed its payroll, as the slowing economy weighed on its business.

Tencent reported its first revenue decline since going public and trimmed its payroll, as the slowing economy weighed on its business.

17 Aug 2022 - 9:22PM
Semiconductors
Cloud hangs over US chip makers on worries data centre growth could slow

Cloud and data centres, the chip industry’s strongest sector, may be its next problem, with signs of a slowdown in an industry that proved to be a pillar during the pandemic.

Cloud and data centres, the chip industry’s strongest sector, may be its next problem, with signs of a slowdown in an industry that proved to be a pillar during the pandemic.

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Tencent looks overseas for new video gamers as home market cools
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Chinese robotic dog maker distances itself from Russian military convention
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Analysis | Tencent’s music-streaming dominance endures despite end of exclusive deals

Small app operators still face an uphill battle to challenge Tencent’s lead in China’s vast music-streaming market.

Small app operators still face an uphill battle to challenge Tencent’s lead in China’s vast music-streaming market.

27 Jul 2021 - 12:01AM
Alibaba CEO says record antitrust fine made the company ‘more thoughtful’

In a public letter to shareholders, Daniel Zhang Yong said that the e-commerce giant needs to give more thought to how it creates positive value for society.

In a public letter to shareholders, Daniel Zhang Yong said that the e-commerce giant needs to give more thought to how it creates positive value for society.

15 Oct 2021 - 10:46AM
China had never said no to a tech merger until this one

Analysts say blocked merger may force Tencent to sell off its stake in one of the two streaming companies, given ongoing antitrust regulation risks.

Analysts say blocked merger may force Tencent to sell off its stake in one of the two streaming companies, given ongoing antitrust regulation risks.

15 Oct 2021 - 10:47AM

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Eileen Gu celebrates during a medal ceremony for the women’s freestyle skiing halfpipe competition at the 2022 Winter Olympics on February 18 in Zhangjiakou, China. US-born Gu competed for China. Photo: AP
Opinion | To reverse brain drain, China should be more flexible on dual citizenship

While more Chinese students have returned from overseas in recent years, many of the best and brightest are still staying away. As Beijing and Washington fight for tech primacy, China is losing talent to the US. Allowing dual citizenship would be an effective way to address the problem.

12 Aug 2022 - 7:58AM
The View | Hong Kong must unleash the power of university researchers

On the mainland, a strong focus on research, and entrepreneurial spirit within academia have driven the country’s success as a breeding ground for innovation. In Hong Kong, technology development has been sluggish and entrepreneurship is less encouraged among university researchers. This must change.

On the mainland, a strong focus on research, and entrepreneurial spirit within academia have driven the country’s success as a breeding ground for innovation. In Hong Kong, technology development has been sluggish and entrepreneurship is less encouraged among university researchers. This must change.

11 Aug 2022 - 2:15PM
Hong Kong must unleash the power of university researchers
Opinion | Technology key to achieving Xi’s four goals for Hong Kong

Ensuring Xi Jinping’s proposals become reality will require tech-driven innovation. Steps include improving data-sharing for more informed policymaking, expanding our world-class universities to create new opportunities for work and study, and beginning work in earnest on the Northern Metropolis.

Ensuring Xi Jinping’s proposals become reality will require tech-driven innovation. Steps include improving data-sharing for more informed policymaking, expanding our world-class universities to create new opportunities for work and study, and beginning work in earnest on the Northern Metropolis.

16 Jul 2022 - 6:45AM
Technology key to achieving Xi’s four goals for Hong Kong

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