US will implement blacklist rules by adding SMIC, China’s largest computer chip maker, to the list of military companies. The USA will put a strain on the Chinese chip manufacturer.
US will put a strain on the Chinese chip manufacturer. Another move from the US Department of Defense against China. A Huawei-like sanction will also be imposed on SMIC, the largest computer chip maker. In this case, US investors and business partners will need to obtain a license from the US Department of Commerce for cooperation. It is already known that these sanction moves are trying to prevent US capital from financing China by President Trump, who will soon topple the seat in a large framework. On the other hand, it is possible to say that Trump plans to leave a strict policy for the new President Biden by adding new ones to these sanctions. The interested party SMIC, on the other hand, denied any military affiliation and said that China is using the expertise of companies, universities and non-governmental organizations to modernize its military power.
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