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China chip imports drop 12.4% year-on-year in September, govt data

Chip imports into China fell 12.4% year-on-year in September, government data showed

Achieving self-sufficiency for China’s chip industry remains a key political priority for Beijing as Washington continues to focus on China’s semiconductor sector China’s chip imports fell 12.4% in September, according to official customs data released on Monday, continuing a decline due to tensions with the United States and persistent chip shortages. The country imported 47.6 …

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Intel brings its 13th generation processors to India amid slowing consumer demand

Intel today announced the launch of its 13th generation processor lineup in India. The company said in a statement that the lineup includes six unlocked processor models, for a full lineup of 22 processors. This series will be available to desktop manufacturers, and Intel has demonstrated the same for 125 desktop reference designs worldwide. The …

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China lashes out at latest U.S. export controls on chips

China implements latest US chip export controls

The US said the export controls were added as part of an ongoing effort to protect US national security and foreign policy interests. China on Saturday criticized the latest US decision to tighten export controls that would make it harder for China to source and manufacture advanced computer chips, calling it a violation of international …

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Lawmakers press U.S. Commerce for tougher checks on semiconductor chip subsidies

Lawmakers are pushing U.S. commerce to more tightly control subsidies for semiconductor chips

Lawmakers expect Commerce to “announce additional protections and refine its existing guidance in the coming weeks and months.” A group of Democratic lawmakers wants the U.S. Commerce Department to take more steps to ensure that semiconductor companies don’t use government subsidies to carry out share buybacks. In August, President Joe Biden signed legislation providing $52 …

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