China’s IDM enterprise confident in building complete value chain

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With the recent $280 billion U.S. CHIPS and Science Act signed off by President Joe Biden, the competition between the U.S., China, the European Union, and other East Asian countries to shore up their semiconductor capabilities has become increasingly fierce. After a global chip shortage and amid a scarred post-pandemic economy, the shortages are now spreading from autos to smartphones and displays, elevating semiconductors onto the agendas of governments from Washington to Brussels and Beijing. CGTN spoke to Nie Yongzhong, founder and chairman of semiconductor company FATRI Group based in Quanzhou, southeast China’s Fujian Province, to find out how this global chip-making race is going to impact Chinese enterprises in this sector.

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