Inside China's Accelerating Bid for Chip Supremacy

2 Bir 2021
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Right now the world is dependent on Taiwan for silicon semiconductors called chips, which give devices like iPhones their functionality. This reliance has the U.S. and China both racing for technological independence.


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    Bloomberg QuicktakeBloomberg QuicktakePrieš mėn
    • Both Hong Kong Apple Daily and Macintoshes were considered some of world largest big bank tech companies in the world right now with over more than a trillion dollars of net worth assets then follow by India's Sony electronics or entertainment and Google mobile electronic devices. The future of India global population will reach over 1.5 billion people in Asia's communication network system. India Global Times were considered some big bank tech companies around the world right now collaborating with both United States and the Russian Federation. Samsung Electronics accessories are major international cooperation for both American and the Russian microchip devices.

      Michael QingMichael QingPrieš 22 dienas
    • Wolf Warriors will bury America

      Jeff BrownJeff BrownPrieš 28 dienų
    • Taiwan

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    • hello everybody👍👍💔💔

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  • If it takes years, the West better start yesterday. Eggs in one basket and all that.

    Chuzz BotChuzz BotPrieš 6 val
  • Having observed China's trading trends I doubt I'll need that many switches .we can use all those other ones ya made for all those droneswe got to make now

    David MeierDavid MeierPrieš 11 val
  • Taiwan is like a joke. They are doing things to divide the country, like a clown.

    Mable Immortal girlMable Immortal girlPrieš dieną
  • China chips are not produced in Taiwan. chips are all produced on China land. Taiwan relies on China land hydroelectric power generation and water plants on China land. They have survived until now.!

    Mable Immortal girlMable Immortal girlPrieš dieną
  • Great video

    Biswasdip TIGELABiswasdip TIGELAPrieš dieną

    Kamal KhanKamal KhanPrieš 2 dienas
  • Is this kind of economic activity what prompted Japan to declare war on the US? What could go wrong here.

    Nunya BiznessNunya BiznessPrieš 2 dienas
  • Hooray!!! TSMC!!!!

    Monster MonsterMonster MonsterPrieš 2 dienas
  • If the chip is made in China the maker will include a backdoor for secret access. Just like the African bank fiasco. At Midnight the servers turning on by themselves and start emailing private files and recordings to Beijing as jpegs and emails. Things that make you go hmm! They even offered to replace the servers....ahh no thanks we will buy Taiwan or USA to be safe but thanks for the offer.

    Andy IndicaAndy IndicaPrieš 3 dienas
  • Super cool stuff

    HitƎsh SachdevHitƎsh SachdevPrieš 3 dienas
  • Jailed Huawei CEO over national security issues, great parroting of the state line Bloomberg. More like jailing a CEO illegally for violating sanctions on Iran, that are against international law and the United Nations charter that the US helped to write after WW2. But great stenography of CIA talking points with your garbage newspaper.

    Populist gen x'er channelPopulist gen x'er channelPrieš 3 dienas
    • Hahaha you’re not wrong

      tawkinhedztawkinhedzPrieš dieną
  • you don't allow us to buy the chips, so we have no other choices...

    synthysynthyPrieš 3 dienas
  • If the question is whether China can catch up with chip manufacturing. The answer is yes. It's a purely engineering and manufacturing problem. It may take a long time but the country will get there. However if you are asking whether the country can become a tech leader in terms of innovation, the answer is no. The reason is complicated. No one can compete with China in the 1 to N process. but it lacks 0 to 1 environment

    bronzediseasebronzediseasePrieš 4 dienas
  • Such a passionate Country China is. I mean apart from all the bad stuff, it's pretty interesting how these guys are taking action towards what they command.

    One Earth For AllOne Earth For AllPrieš 6 dienų
  • According to some SCMP, IC Insights and Tom Hardware data, China produced one billion ICs per day in June 2021 (total 30.8 billion chips in June 2021), a 43.9% growth compared to previous year. If I am correct, this lead is concentrated in 28 nm and 14 nm technologies (auto industry, data centers, 5G infrastructure, ...), which represent 90% of the IC Market.

    zephira994zephira994Prieš 6 dienų
  • The painstaking mouth descriptively dust because acoustic clearly deserve beside a callous kettle. stimulating, gaping pet

    Moses NettlMoses NettlPrieš 6 dienų
  • I hope the Chinese make it, 'cause any country is better than the warmongering USA.

    Dirk GonthierDirk GonthierPrieš 7 dienų
  • maybe th US should be cut from chip supply, since they are the biggest and most aggressive empire.

    BildertalBildertalPrieš 8 dienų
  • This is the problem, no independent company in the world can compete against a Country, it's is just not fair. We are a notion of freedom and equal rights, not perfect, but getting there. China is still a communist and a dictator. Look at the billionaires in China, they could be jailed/ executed at any time.

    Shane WeidleShane WeidlePrieš 8 dienų
  • I feel like this taught me something

    No NameNo NamePrieš 8 dienų
  • The Chinese’s May have “SMIK” , but the Irish semi conductor industry is bigger than you might imagine and they have “MICK” , who are way ahead, and use very finely slices potato wafers in theirs technology.

    David GrayDavid GrayPrieš 9 dienų
  • ASML is the real Gamechanger.

    Rushikesh SisodeRushikesh SisodePrieš 9 dienų
  • When

    Wills EdwardWills EdwardPrieš 10 dienų
  • So USA is basically depends on Taiwanese chip. Kinda ironic to me

    Peter HsuehPeter HsuehPrieš 10 dienų
  • the people interviewed here are so dumb. china will dominate semiconductor is the matter of time. they even have plotted their targin in 2025. there is nothing america can do prevent it. usa min wage is $15 and china is about $15 per day. with same level of intelegence (lowest paid worker usually have lowest intelegence), china can produce so much more at the fraction of western power. what usa currently doing is correct. we can slow them down. but to stop them, usa need to recruit the best talent from all over the world regarding semiconductor tech and give them special visa so they can help built industry in usa.

    vamprittvamprittPrieš 11 dienų
  • What happens if China is successfully built their own chips Taiwan is going to be doom.

    Serena ChenSerena ChenPrieš 11 dienų
  • You're so bad at this. When your heart is not in it, it shows

    darkspeldarkspelPrieš 11 dienų
  • A bullet is never built with the intentions of it never being used, now Think about that on a larger scale, missiles, nukes, viruses, chips. The question is how will the world use those things that we create to unite us all to work together without greed or race baiting or hate, but put down our difference's and work for a true commune goal of growth for our future.

    Jason WittJason WittPrieš 12 dienų
  • People in charge of USA today are low level peasants, they don't realize what it takes to stay competitive in 2021 century. All they care is that they satisfy some violent criminal groups. Riots and crime is rising in USA and no one is gonna follow a county that can't deal with internal discord

    Borg HorsaBorg HorsaPrieš 13 dienų
  • Lol China wins again

    Nightcor EDMNightcor EDMPrieš 13 dienų
  • TSMC is threat to world helping communist China. They should be banned like Chinese semi conductor sector with Foxconn which their CEO declared Taiwan is part of communist China.

    jeff strongjeff strongPrieš 13 dienų
  • Samsung is korean, intel is american. sounds like Bloomberg only desires a complete neoliberal monopoly over this industry... not surprising in the least actually.

    Kole MaravillaKole MaravillaPrieš 13 dienų
  • Whoever controls AI controls the world - VLADIMIR PUTIN, Masters of the Universe

    Teddy LumidiTeddy LumidiPrieš 14 dienų
  • 🌹🌎🌍🌏🌹

    Silvia Alexandre CordeiroSilvia Alexandre CordeiroPrieš 14 dienų
  • What an excellent first foray into Bloomberg Quicktake. Subbed. A+ content.

    enticed2zeitgeistenticed2zeitgeistPrieš 14 dienų
  • China plans to become independent of foreign technology: lure western companies and steal their intellectual property

    Juan CastroJuan CastroPrieš 15 dienų
  • No! The "most basic electric toaster" does NOT require nor use ANY microchips in their design. They are still analog designs with spring loaded mechanisms. There are more advanced toaster designs that do require microchips but your opening statement is in fact completely incorrect and misleading. The average person may not know this and you are giving false information.

    Gluten Free Gam3rGluten Free Gam3rPrieš 15 dienų
  • And Andhbhakts thought that the centre of the world is Atmanirbhar India.

    Sumit PalSumit PalPrieš 15 dienų
  • But thats in taiwan not china

    Born ConfusedBorn ConfusedPrieš 15 dienų
  • every time China is mentioned I get goosebumps. it just feels so powerful and determined.

    traveller's penistraveller's penisPrieš 16 dienų
  • China's entry into Taiwan is called the recovery of lost land, while your Anglo Saxons' occupation of North America and killing the indigenous people is called "invasion"!

    粉絲粉絲Prieš 16 dienų
  • Random youtube smart guy commentator for president 2024

    Yishu CiYishu CiPrieš 17 dienų
  • Kool

    Charles EdwardsCharles EdwardsPrieš 17 dienų
  • Thats what happens when we drive and push people to buy the "most recent version" of everything just because. Maybe it's time for all of us to start questioning if we do really need all those "most recent" tech in our daily lives

    HBR HBRHBR HBRPrieš 17 dienų
    • But if we didn't then we would still be using those old Dos computing and or still be playing Atari and not moving on to the next best world of ease. Computing today has allowed the world to communicate on a very fast pace level and world wide. This is one of the biggest selling points is to be able to communicate and buy goods from the other side of the planet. In the 80's that was at a snails pace, today it is over night and anyone can do it. Advancing tech is here to stay, question is who do we trust to build it...

      Jason WittJason WittPrieš 12 dienų
    • Agreed! 🤗🌸

      Tazmanian NinjaTazmanian NinjaPrieš 13 dienų
  • Taiwan is not marked on the map of China in the video. Taiwan is an integral part of China

    jo 0jo 0Prieš 17 dienų
  • 🇹🇼Taiwan made best chips in the world

    blackgbaoopsblackgbaoopsPrieš 18 dienų
  • This reminded me the cold between US and USSR. Now it's US and China.

    william louiewilliam louiePrieš 19 dienų
    • @Nacho71 AR Not for long. New Zealand has distanced itself from the west, Britain's biggest tech company is being sold to a Chinese firm and much more is happening. The west needs to act now

      JX 210JX 210Prieš 16 dienų
    • It's China vs The rest of the World

      Nacho71 ARNacho71 ARPrieš 17 dienų
  • China shud nt get itz hand into chip tech....

    P JainP JainPrieš 19 dienų
  • As far as I know, the space station china current running uses one chips make by China. No US technology involved. The chips that they cannot make is the ones for cellphone. Basically we laught at Chinease that they cannot run faster cellphone games. Yes, cellphone games are so important for our lifes. Right? But the question is, how long will it take for Chinese to have their own < 7nm chips. You know what they say about Trump? My chinese friends told me Trump would make China great again. BTW, Huawei reported a drop of revenue in 2020 but increase in profit.

    JK SmithJK SmithPrieš 19 dienų
  • ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩🇧🇩 Bangladesh

    Saddam Technology CenterSaddam Technology CenterPrieš 19 dienų
  • China has already surpassed the US in many fields and it's only going to accelerate. Americans better get used to being in 2nd place because it's gonna happen a lot whether they like it or not.

    Danger ZoneDanger ZonePrieš 20 dienų
  • Show the correct map in thumbnail

    गिरीश चौहानगिरीश चौहानPrieš 20 dienų
  • 不知道会有多少国人愿意看这个视频,或者看完这个视频,毕竟没有字幕,也不太可能在国内传播。 视频里讲到中国,就是飞机大炮天安门和士兵,给人潜意识里带来中国具有攻击性的感觉,Biden的画面是美国政府官员在桌前开会,给的是close shot,对习大大为首的国家高层就是远景,为了给予观众压迫感,彰显中国的极权。 对台湾用的词语是“Invasion”,which基本上是美国年年在做而中国从未做过的事。视频里关于中国街道的画面全部是上世纪或者二十一世纪初的画面,天安门,南京路和中芯员工下班那一帧令我感触最深,他们可能没有最新的image和video吗?Bloomberg,世界最大的媒体之一? 芯片这部分来说,无论是三星还是台积电,我们的差距就是Decades。我想说这个视频就是做给我们这一代人看的。 他们对我们的敌视与偏见显而易见,我不想说什么中国梦这种假大空的话我只想说吾辈当自强!送给看到这一评论的大陆年轻人共勉 (注意是大陆,湾湾给我滚)

    Barry SunBarry SunPrieš 20 dienų
    • @Chiawen Lee 我知道由共产党统一台湾,其实对台湾人民很不公平,也会牺牲很多东西,但是为了中华民族的未来,还是统一起来,一致对外是最好的选择。“洋人们”实在太坏了,他们打心底看不起咱们,不希望咱们超过他们,哪怕过上和他们一样的生活,这在网络媒体上有充分地体现,你应该也有所体会吧。其实楼主这番话也是想给台湾同胞听的,如果你在中国生活过可能就会理解,可能也类似一种“恨铁不成钢”的感觉,无论什么原因,台湾现在已经成为了一个西方世界的棋子,和大陆一直这样僵持下去,哪怕是真正独立了,也不会有太好的未来的。其实作为大陆人,我也不太相信共产主义,但这也算是一种精神与信仰,让大家凝聚在一起,团结一心,勇往直前,对未来的发展还是很有积极作用的。现在大陆在“自由”方面确实还放的不够开,但却比西方世界更加平等,反正我相信中国未来是会越来越好的。

      yao zhaoyao zhaoPrieš 16 dienų
  • The fact that the brief description of this video needs to explain what a "chip" is - is why we are in this situation in the first place. The world outside of China needs to wake up and start producing their own fundamentals and also start educating their ignorant consuming masses, or we're all going straight into ever deeper trouble.

    rara58524rara58524Prieš 20 dienų
  • I respect what they are doing but I want a new graphics card 😂

    RedEyeJediRedEyeJediPrieš 20 dienų
  • Ye mera hy all country chlta hy

    Ammad Shafqat chAmmad Shafqat chPrieš 21 dieną
  • If the US was forced into this position, they would nuke the other country.

    rsiow2rsiow2Prieš 21 dieną
  • UK largest chip plant; Newport wafer fab is being bought/saved by Nexperia .😂 they didn't wait long do they.

    kenter Shacklekenter ShacklePrieš 21 dieną
  • There is actually a Dutch company that is even more critical. Everyone uses this company. TSMC has some competition, most significantly Samsung,

    Clifford NelsonClifford NelsonPrieš 22 dienas
  • USA: if China buys microchips, it's a threat. if China develops their industry to make microchips, it's also a threat. what a joke of a narrative

    Radwanska MilloRadwanska MilloPrieš 22 dienas
  • iPhone, Made in not USA.

    Mikel BrennMikel BrennPrieš 22 dienas
  • if i remember correctly, china are making its own 28nm chips. just slowly moving to 14nm and smaller chips with europe's help.

    redhongkongredhongkongPrieš 22 dienas
  • I suspect China is moving towards photon and graphene chips. It may not materialise so early, but materialise it will. It may take some years.

    Wong Poh ChanWong Poh ChanPrieš 23 dienas
  • They may be in charge of the future of chips, but they cannot batter cod like wot we can, and we ain't gonna tell 'em how it's done!

    Terence FieldTerence FieldPrieš 23 dienas
  • What minerals do they use to manufacture those chips, I want to see something?.

    Munzwe One AfricaMunzwe One AfricaPrieš 23 dienas
  • Bravo China 🇨🇳

    Mарко ПетровићMарко ПетровићPrieš 23 dienas
  • gotta love how taiwan is west of the US, yet the map animation take the long way east to get there.

    Albator DaliAlbator DaliPrieš 23 dienas
  • Please more of this videos

    Pain of Desciplin or pain of regretPain of Desciplin or pain of regretPrieš 23 dienas
  • Hmmm... No TSMC = No iphones and no war planes. Doesn't sound bad ,at all .

    bombonel nastasebombonel nastasePrieš 24 dienas
  • MediaTek? Never heard of it

    ًًPrieš 24 dienas
    • A chip design company in Taiwan. Their main products are chips for smartphones. Recently, their annual revenue has overtaken Qualcomm.

      Daniel WuDaniel WuPrieš 20 dienų
  • SINCERE THANKS TO USA: ①USA banned China GPS, China has Beidou. ②USA banned China High-Tech, China has Huawei 5G. ③USA banned China Super Computers, China has Super Quantum Computers. ④USA banned China Space Station, China has CSS. ⑤USA banned China Missiles, China has DF41, DF21 and DF17.⑥USA banned China Nuke Tech, China has all Nukes, civil and military. ⑦USA banned China OSs, China has Huawei Harmony OS. ⑧......

    John EdonJohn EdonPrieš 24 dienas
  • ①Unexceptionally, all the clumsy, lunatic, hegemonic empires on the planet earth have crumbled, decayed, collapsed and vanished due to its own arrogance, complacence, internal profligacy and discrepancy as well as its incompetent, inhuman, colonial, warmongering, devastating and democratic IMPERIAL OVERREACH. ②The US colossus is an excellent, live, fresh, vicious and brutal example implied from its status quo and its declining tendency intensified by the fierce bipartisan fight. ③Sane people follow the grand trend of the world, knowing who is falling or rising.

    John EdonJohn EdonPrieš 24 dienas
  • The exotic ping clasically permit because neon feasibly label over a snobbish graphic. cumbersome, successful titanium

    Elijah KramerElijah KramerPrieš 24 dienas
  • The corporations are greedy as f*** and they don't need China our national security is more important than their f****** greed

    Thunder MoonThunder MoonPrieš 24 dienas
  • The Auto industry told the chip manufacturer they didn't want any chips and then they thought when demand came back they could just order chips at the snap of a wrist and it doesn't work that way it takes a long time to get back into production and ramp production back up. As an American myself I know all too well how Americans behave when it comes to wanting something right there and then having no concept or clue how that is not possible

    Thunder MoonThunder MoonPrieš 24 dienas
  • CN vs US is like a fight between bruce lee and chuck norris.. engineers and lawyers.. science and religion.. logical thinking and irrational mind.. socialism and capitalism.. red and blue.. hardwork and exploitation.. east and west.. rise in peace and hegemony..

    A Random Perfectionist GuyA Random Perfectionist GuyPrieš 24 dienas
  • Wondering why this documentary does not mention ASML, the Dutch company that makes TSMC the most sophisticated foundry in the world. It’s even more strategically than TSMC and no one can produce 5nM chips without them!

    Bob MillerBob MillerPrieš 25 dienų
  • till intel ws manufacturing everything was fine.. now china increase production so half world is worried..

    Sabotage New world OrderSabotage New world OrderPrieš 25 dienų
  • It sounds to me like a world ruled by competition in the technology sphere, and that competition will generally reverberate and influence the rest of the world over time, causing each side to put forth more and more efforts to push technology further and faster than ever before. It might be something that America needs in its society honestly. Bring back the popularization of hard work as valued in society instead of shamed. I don't want to live in a lazy society consumed by itself.

    Collyn Christopher BrennerCollyn Christopher BrennerPrieš 25 dienų
    • um what? americans are working harder, longer, faster and smarter than at any point in its history. We are more productive than ever. We have never worked more hours per individual in our history.

      ThisIsRobThisIsRobPrieš 24 dienas
  • Downvoted only because of the added highly irritating plonkety plonk bg music. Please just have plain naration. Otherwise excelent.

    Andrew abcAndrew abcPrieš 25 dienų
  • So, you're telling me that there is only ONE big company who can produce high quality chips in large amounts? Our governtments made everything right! Let's blame China! (This may include some sarcasm; however it does not mean that i support CCP or any other authoritarian regimes) Support for companies like Intel? No, let's send china our blueprints for chip-designs and save some money.. How **** can we be?! We think in years, china in decades - that's the BIG problem!

    Nafets NamlaNafets NamlaPrieš 25 dienų
  • China is doing everything right. it is imperative to build everything at home and sell the surplus to others.

    Никита КривыхНикита КривыхPrieš 25 dienų
    • @iikimida Chinese talents are not afraid of your technology blockade. Take a look at space science and technology and China's current space station. This is the blockade technology developed by the western countries and developed by the Chinese themselves. There is no blockade that can defeat the smart Chinese

      粉絲粉絲Prieš 16 dienų
    • @iikimida I guess you're not aware of them having the fastest quantum computer in the world.

      Xyr0wXyr0wPrieš 20 dienų
    • @iikimida Oh, there is nothing that can stop them from having them. Not even US sanctions.

      f1r3 hunt3rzf1r3 hunt3rzPrieš 21 dieną
    • @iikimida Except they will, just a matter of time.

      tntleitntleiPrieš 21 dieną
    • Bruh wake up 🤣

      Maulol KajanMaulol KajanPrieš 23 dienas
  • Bloomberg, China technically still having the civil war between Mainland and Taiwan. It's stoped for years but that doesn't mean it will be stoped forever. So, the two parts of China are pretty much like south and north Korea or the USA cival war. But years after Taiwan just lost its hope for regaining the mainland back and claim they need independence.

    Oliver0!0Oliver0!0Prieš 26 dienų
    • Taiwan is independent and indeed has never been held by the Chinese Communist Party. They did lose to the war many years ago but it wasn't a total defeat. The Kuomingtang ruled the island essentially till the modern day.

      Spoogs QSpoogs QPrieš 24 dienas
  • I am still not happy with China. They are yet to make Printers cartridges affordable 🤭 Tbh a big thank you to China for making our everyday necessities affordable. Sorry haters 🤣🤣

    FrostwingFrostwingPrieš 26 dienų
  • It is very intersting when you understand all technical words.

    Mohamed ElmiMohamed ElmiPrieš 26 dienų
  • And that's why Taiwan will never be left alone to face an invasion. :)

    hdckdsaddhdckdsaddPrieš 26 dienų
  • Your classmate is getting better and better scores. Instead of studying harder, you decided to throw away all his books and school supplies.

    Simon KindSimon KindPrieš 26 dienų
    • @Simon Kind LOL,they don‘t copy everything like China .

      Noah JanNoah JanPrieš 25 dienų
    • @丨ㄒㄚ卂几ㄖᐯ丨匚ཧཛསཥབཬ I agree China should do more on IP protection. However, one misunderstanding is, people think “copy” is just as simple as “ctrl + c”, which is definitely not. It is a learning process. China doesn’t have the blueprint, they must learn from the beginning to understand how things work. I bet for 99% of the countries they can’t even understand how it works with a blueprint provided. Right now, there are more and more China-owned technologies. China is developing fast, while western world become slow and lazy. It is a shame. I believe what we should do is learning from China, it doesn’t matter which party you are, just learn from the people better than you, but not just being jealous.

      Simon KindSimon KindPrieš 26 dienų
    • @丨ㄒㄚ卂几ㄖᐯ丨匚ཧཛསཥབཬ Man, you must see the fact is, every country wants to hold the key technology, they just don’t have a chance to do so. For a big country like China, which got technology blockage for a long time. Copying from others is always the first step to develop. Every country did this when they got a chance. Korea did, Japan did…

      Simon KindSimon KindPrieš 26 dienų
    • Lol so china is studying well? You have no clue of the Chinese copying of all stuffs

      丨ㄒㄚ卂几ㄖᐯ丨匚ཧཛསཥབཬ丨ㄒㄚ卂几ㄖᐯ丨匚ཧཛསཥབཬPrieš 26 dienų
  • If we lose Taiwan to China it will be the biggest geopolitical blunder of century.

    Kuljit AulakhKuljit AulakhPrieš 26 dienų
    • 台湾是中国的核心利益,也是不可分割的一部分

      L vonL vonPrieš 26 dienų
  • The U.S. Can't beat China.

    fuckfannyfiddlefartfuckfannyfiddlefartPrieš 26 dienų
  • If 5g technology is any indication. Then China beat the Western companies hands down.

    70newlife70newlifePrieš 26 dienų
  • The fact that China can't build their own jet engine makes it doubtful that they can build their own TSMC.

    Welly MalquitarWelly MalquitarPrieš 27 dienų
  • haha chineesee ;;;;;;000000

    Krispy KrocksKrispy KrocksPrieš 27 dienų
  • Taiwan belong to China Period. The faster you idiot get the fact the better your life

    vincent tsevincent tsePrieš 27 dienų

    S HeS HePrieš 27 dienų
  • The U.S. and China relations are arguably the most complex one in the world, simply like the flesh & bones that stick with each other seamlessly. From the market perspective, China has the largest vehicle and consumer electronic device market where all related corporations are dying to sell their products, on the other hand, China eagers to deliver on its goal of self-reliance on the technology sector, especially chip making which the U.S. strictly banned though, and hopefully, they can reach some point of perfect check and balance. By the way, The entire tech world that depends on the thin line of TSMC is something that both the Western world and China reluctant to see and is so ridiculous that must be altered somehow no matter how long it may take.

    Sontjer RyanSontjer RyanPrieš 27 dienų
  • This is the biggest mistake in the history of U.S competition, they did it to GPS, Space Station, they will do it with Semi-Conductors, U.S has forced the Chinese hands.

    Momochi HeadMomochi HeadPrieš 27 dienų
  • the bottomline is US does not want to lose any number ONE spot to China in any industry, so US starts to bully everyone

    art chiuart chiuPrieš 27 dienų
  • Awesome. But the future economy disruptive innovation isn’t the microprocessor.

    JamesJamesPrieš 27 dienų
  • US just woke up the dragon so they are is no turning back

    ELLA SHYELLA SHYPrieš 28 dienų