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China’s Champion Chip Maker Checks if Co-CEO Still Wants to Work There

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Shares of China’s top chip maker fell sharply over uncertainty surrounding the possible departure of one of its two chief executives and MSCI’s decision to exclude the company from its indexes.

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China’s Champion Chip Maker Checks if Co-CEO Still Wants to Work There

China’s Champion Chip Maker Checks if Co-CEO Still Wants to Work There

Shares of China’s top chip maker fell sharply over uncertainty surrounding the possible departure of one of its two chief executives and MSCI’s decision to exclude the company from its ...

Shares in China’s Top Chip Maker Tumble as U.S. Weighs Export Controls

Shares in China’s Top Chip Maker Tumble as U.S. Weighs Export Controls

Stock in Semiconductor Manufacturing International fell sharply after the U.S. government said it was considering placing export restrictions on the company.

Taiwan's TSMC keeps eye on China with $12 billion U.S. plant

Taiwan's TSMC keeps eye on China with $12 billion U.S. plant

In a race to position itself in the latest trade battle between the United States and China, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd made it just under the wire.

Chinese Chip Maker With a Hand in Crypto Mining Plans $2.8B IPO

Chinese Chip Maker With a Hand in Crypto Mining Plans $2.8B IPO

Hong Kong-listed SMIC plans to raise $2.8 billion via an initial public offering on the Shanghai Stock Exchange, in hopes of advancing its chip making practices. The company is working with ...

China won’t sit and watch Huawei get ‘slaughtered,’ exec says as US reportedly preps new sanctions

China won’t sit and watch Huawei get ‘slaughtered,’ exec says as US reportedly preps new sanctions

"The Chinese government would not sit there and watch Huawei being slaughtered. I believe there would be counter-measures," Eric Xu, rotating chairman at Huawei, told CNBC, amid reports the ...

Intel wants to help US officials boost chipmaking on American soil

Intel wants to help US officials boost chipmaking on American soil

US officials are working with some of the world's leading chipmakers in an effort to expand semiconductor manufacturing capability in the United States, a move intended to reduce the ...

US-China decoupling: a reality check

US-China decoupling: a reality check

I was a decoupler before decoupling was cool. I have advocated selective decoupling of the US economy from China for the past four years, arguing that the United States requires absolute ...

Briefing On Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation’s Intent to Invest $12 Billion In the U.S. and on the CCP’s Ability to Undermine U.S. Export Controls

Briefing On Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation’s Intent to Invest $12 Billion In the U.S. and on the CCP’s Ability to Undermine U.S. Export Controls

MS ORTAGUS: Thanks. Hello again, everyone. We’re three for three briefings today. I know it’s at the end of the day and we do a full Friday afternoon, so thank you so much for dialing in. ...

Semiconductors America is determined to sink Huawei

Semiconductors America is determined to sink Huawei

A new escalation in the tech conflict illustrates the limits of American power

How Hong Kong’s Change in U.S. Special Status Affects Gaming and Esports Investments

How Hong Kong’s Change in U.S. Special Status Affects Gaming and Esports Investments

Written by Tobias Seck and James Fudge Over the last few months, the Trump administration increased political pressure on the

Is China An AI Security Concern?

Is China An AI Security Concern?

Recently, the Interior Department ordered the grounding of its drone fleet that was made in China or contained Chinese parts. This comes on the heels of similar actions taken by the ...

The US government is warning citizens against traveling to Hong Kong amid protests and 'violent clashes'

The US government is warning citizens against traveling to Hong Kong amid protests and 'violent clashes'

"Most have been peaceful," the US State Department said, "but some have turned confrontational or resulted in violent clashes."

WeChat or We Don’t Chat? A Total Ban on WeChat Goes Too Far

WeChat or We Don’t Chat? A Total Ban on WeChat Goes Too Far

The Chinese‐​made app WeChat has the potential to cause problems in the United States, but President Trump’s total ban of the app fails to address the scope of those issues while creating ...

An end to Hong Kong as we know it?

An end to Hong Kong as we know it?

Beijing enacts new security law aimed at stamping out opposition to ruling communist party, extinguishing business interests and fragile democratic freedoms along with it