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CSIS suggests ways to rein in China’s burgeoning semiconductor sector

March 04, 2019
A new report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies suggests the 2018 Export Control Act, coupled with multilateral coordination efforts, could help the U.S. remain a leader in the global semiconductor market and prevent China from surpassing it. “China has in the past been able to exploit loopholes in American export control regulations (and its enforcement) to acquire semiconductor technology,” the report states. “In particular, some in the U.S. semiconductor industry believe that technology transfers approved by the...

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