Fortune, Grady McGregor
China famously spends more on importing semiconductor chips than it does on importing oil. This bit of trivia illustrates China's deep dependency on foreign chips and is especially notable given China's outsize efforts to break the habit.
EET India, Barbara Jorgensen
SHENZHEN, China — Those who packed a ballroom at the Global Distribution and Supply Chain Leaders’ Summit last week couldn't stop talking about Texas Instruments' recent decision to cancel distribution agreements.
Proactive Investors, Patrick M. Graham
IEC Electronics Corp (NYSEAMERICAN:IEC) CEO Jeff Schlarbaum says Taiwanese electronic component manufacturer Yageo Corporation’s acquisition of US rival Kemet Corporation (NASDAQ:KEM) may pose a national security risk and other problems.
New York Post, Andrew Denney
A Long Island security company has been busted for duping U.S. military forces into spending millions on vulnerable Chinese-made equipment by slapping “Made in USA” labels on its products, federal prosecutors revealed Thursday.