Ausdroid, Chris Rowland
The news for Huawei this morning is frankly pretty grim. The company, which had high hopes the likes of Google and Microsoft (and others) would be granted licences to deal with the Chinese tech giant, has not been quite so fortunate.
War on the Rocks, Derek Scissors
Is it a good idea for governments to interfere with supply chains? Multiple parts of the U.S. government certainly believe so and are seeking to expand the current trade dispute with China.
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.