Reuters, Makiko Yamazaki
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan’s Tokyo Electron, the world’s No.3 supplier of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will not supply to Chinese clients blacklisted by Washington, a senior company executive told Reuters.
EPS News, Philip Stoten
Since the White House announced its intention to impose tariffs on Mexican imports, consumers have been reading the mainstream press to figure out the impact. Supply chain professionals, meanwhile, have been wrestling with the impact on the global electronics supply chain.
Financial Times, Kathrin Hille
Few companies epitomise the era of globalisation better than Hon Hai, the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturer. Known as Foxconn Technology Group, its formula for success includes: massive plants in China run with an abundant supply of low-cost labour, proximity to clusters of suppliers...
The Investor, Kim Young-won
When the US and Mexico reached an agreement on tariffs last week, the sigh of relief in the Korean electronics industry was palpable. But industry officials said Korean electronics giants would remain on their guard amid ongoing trade conflicts, including the one between China and the US.