The Washington Post, Craig Timberg, Reed Albergotti
The geopolitical clash between the United States and China hinges on the tiniest of technologies, chips and other components that are essential to nearly every smartphone, laptop computer and cellular network on Earth. And the best ones— for now — are made only by America and its allies.
South China Morning Post, Zhang Shidong
China’s biggest maker of semiconductors is to withdraw from the New York Stock Exchange, bringing to an end its 15-year listing in the US, as the increasingly ferocious trade war with the US spills over into the technology sector.
E-Scrap News, Colin Staub
A handful of electronics recycling stakeholders weighed in on a federal proposal to ban certain e-scrap exports and require stringent tracking for others. Their comments were published this week.
China Knowledge, CKN
May 22, 2019 (China Knowledge) - Shanghai will be offering tax incentives and funding to support the development of the country’s domestic semiconductor industry as China starts to find itself locked into a new technological battle with the US.