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John Calabrese
This piece is a part of the collection “All About China”—a journey into the historical past and numerous tradition of China via brief articles that make clear the lasting imprint of China’s previous encounters with the Islamic world in addition to an exploration of the more and more vibrant and complicated dynamics of latest Sino-Center Jap relations. Learn extra … 
Semiconductors — chips that may course of digital info — have change into a necessary a part of every day life. They are often present in nearly all the things from computer systems and cellphones to vehicles, house home equipment, and medical tools. They’re a key enabling know-how that can form the way forward for digital economies worldwide. However the semiconductor market is notoriously cyclical, topic to gluts and shortages.[1] The present chip scarcity,[2] which started in early 2020, is the results of surging demand for merchandise containing chips and pandemic-driven manufacturing disruptions, in addition to different unexpected occasions which have snarled provide chains and logistics.[3]
The US Division of Commerce reported that shortages of semiconductors dented financial development by practically a quarter-trillion {dollars} in 2021 and revealed the worrying extent to which the US depends on Taiwan for essentially the most superior chips.[4] The financial fallout and heightened concern about vulnerabilities and dependencies ensuing from the disruptive scarcity has additionally fueled the tech warfare between the USA and China. Spurred to motion, Washington has adopted a technique that not solely seeks to spice up US competitiveness and sort out provide chain fragility however to thwart China’s goal to provide superior semiconductors.
What started in 2019[5] as an effort by the Trump administration to cripple Huawei has recently expanded, because the US has launched sweeping guidelines aimed toward chopping China off from key chips and parts for supercomputers. Washington has signaled that it’ll not hesitate to pursue extraterritorial measures if companions fail to fall in step with the brand new restrictions. Thus, the US-China battle over microchips has emerged as a proxy for geopolitical competitors which Washington’s allies and companions may favor to keep away from however are nonetheless more likely to be drawn into. For America’s Gulf allies and Israel, this improvement poses recent challenges and tough decisions.
Semiconductor chips and chip-making tools are the spine of contemporary digital economies. A mess of functions, corresponding to synthetic intelligence and machine studying (AI/ML), Web of Issues (IoT), autonomous and electrical automobiles, high-performance computing (HPC), aerospace, satellite tv for pc communications, 5G/6G, and good cities rely upon developments in semiconductor applied sciences. Semiconductors are additionally the uncooked materials for practically each side of contemporary warfighting and battlefield administration — radar programs, satellites, GPS receivers, missiles, tanks, and planes.
Semiconductors are produced in a capital-intensive, time-consuming, and complicated worth chain[6] — a worth chain characterised by chokepoints and demanding dependencies. Superior semiconductor manufacturing capabilities are extremely concentrated amongst comparatively few international locations and firms.[7] Almost three-quarters of fabrication capability for logic chips lies in East Asia.[8] Taiwan, led by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), dominates the foundry {industry} with a 53.6% international share of the market.[9] Korea’s Samsung Electronics Co., although a distant second to {industry} chief TSMC, nonetheless has captured 16.5% of the market.[10] ASML Holding NV of the Netherlands has a near-monopoly on high-end semiconductor tools fabrication.[11] Japanese firms Shin-Etsu Chemical and Sumco alone management 60% of the worldwide marketplace for silicon wafers.[12]
The industry-wide scarcity of chips was a wake-up name for American policymakers, confirming US provide chain vulnerabilities and the dire dangers they pose to the economic system. Though 5 of the world’s greatest eight semiconductor firms — Intel, Micron, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Nvidia — are primarily based within the US, microchip manufacturing largely takes place in Asia. America as soon as led the world in manufacturing and as just lately because the Nineties 37% of microchips have been made on US soil, however in the present day simply 12% are made in America.[13] US firms have maintained a powerful grip on the Fabless IC section (i.e., design and sale of {hardware} and chips), although America’s edge in microchip design has been eroding.[14]  
American chipmakers are “extremely dependent” on gross sales to China.[15] Underneath the “Made in China 2025” initiative, launched in 2015, Beijing has focused US dominance in chips, synthetic intelligence (AI), and supercomputers. Since then, China has closed the hole with the USA in state-of-the artwork know-how.[16] However international dependence shouldn’t be a one-way road. China depends closely on international suppliers for vital tools and software program at every stage of the worth chain. China’s excessive diploma of exterior dependence, particularly for high-end chips, has not considerably modified regardless of large investments.[17] China imports greater than $300 billion in semiconductors and depends on tools from the US and its allies.[18] In reality, China has no viable different to utilizing American know-how, at the very least within the brief time period.[19] This dependence has left the Chinese language semiconductor {industry} tremendously uncovered to US export restrictions — a vulnerability that the Biden administration, constructing upon the actions of its predecessor, is decided to take advantage of. Certainly, as a latest CSIS report put it: “In weaponizing its dominant chokepoint positions within the international semiconductor worth chain, the USA is exercising technological and geopolitical energy on an unimaginable scale.”[20]
Over the previous decade, US officers have come to view technological interdependence with China as a risk and have sought to lower the stream of know-how merchandise, companies, and inputs to and from China.[21] The semiconductor sector has emerged as a focus of those efforts, with considerations centering on army finish use (MEU) diversion and industrial exploitation of American technological innovation. Each the Trump and Biden administrations have tightened export restrictions;[22] added Huawei and its associates[23] in addition to China’s high chip producer SMIC to the Entities Listing,[24] thereby limiting their entry to key US enabling know-how; and blocked Chinese language makes an attempt to amass US-listed know-how firms.[25]
However with the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 in August and the regulatory submitting issued by the Commerce Division Bureau of Trade and Science (BIS), the USA entered a brand new period of business coverage and took its tech warfare with China to a brand new degree.[26]
On August 9, after greater than two years of wrangling and revisions, the Creating Useful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors and Science Act of 2022 (CHIPS Act) was signed into legislation, having garnered sturdy bipartisan help within the in any other case polarized Congress.[27] The ACT goals to surge manufacturing of US-made semiconductors, revitalize America’s scientific analysis and technological management, and bolster financial and nationwide safety. However along with searching for to foster a sturdy home semiconductor manufacturing ecosystem, the CHIPS Act takes goal at China. The Act prohibits funding recipients from increasing semiconductor manufacturing in China for a interval of ten years from receipt of the award and international locations outlined by US legislation as posing a nationwide safety risk to the USA.[28]
On October 7, the Commerce Division’s Bureau of Trade and Safety (BIS) issued a complete package deal of export restrictions concentrating on China’s indigenous improvement of vital applied sciences, with an emphasis on semiconductors.[29] Underneath the principles, US firms should stop supplying Chinese language chipmakers with semiconductor manufacturing tools (SME) — together with SME parts — that may produce comparatively superior chips until they first get hold of a license. As well as, the brand new laws add controls on some semiconductor manufacturing objects and transactions for particular end-uses. The principles additionally require a license for any “U.S. individuals” (i.e., residents, everlasting residents, or green-card holders) to work with Chinese language firms contributing to superior semiconductor manufacturing in China. A second set of regulatory actions added China’s high reminiscence chipmaker YMTC and 30 different Chinese language entities to a listing of firms that American officers can’t confirm as trusted to obtain delicate US know-how exports.[30]
The brand new regulatory measures replicate Washington’s concern that cutting-edge chips and tools are fueling China’s improvement of recent weapons and enhancing its surveillance community.[31] In addition they replicate the agency conviction that appears to be broadly shared amongst US policymakers, that enhancing America’s long-term financial competitiveness requires a decided effort to stop China from producing modern chips. Right here, the speech delivered in September by Nationwide Safety Adviser Jake Sullivan is telling. Sullivan said the administration was searching for to shed the outdated strategy of sustaining a “relative” benefit in key applied sciences to attaining “as giant of a lead as attainable.”[32] Chinese language officers slammed the administration’s transfer, calling it “sci-tech hegemony.”[33] Specialists have referred to it variously as “tech containment,”[34] “a brand new U.S. coverage of actively strangling giant segments of the Chinese language know-how {industry},”[35] and “a large escalation of know-how decoupling.”[36]
Inside per week of the submitting, American chip tools suppliers Lam Analysis, Utilized Supplies, and KLA Company had suspended gross sales and companies to Chinese language semiconductor producers.[37] But, though the US stays the undisputed total chief within the semiconductor {industry},[38] different international locations possess extremely superior applied sciences and lead in vital niches. For the brand new US strategy to prevail would require bringing allies on board. Washington seems to have made some preliminary headway in doing so. Taiwan’s Economic system Ministry issued an announcement signaling its chip firms would abide by the brand new laws.[39] Bloomberg reported in mid-December that Japan and the Netherlands have been planning to announce curbs on the sale of superior SME to China, thus aligning their insurance policies with US restrictions.[40]
Israel is already one of many world’s main innovation hubs,[41] whereas digital transformation is on the middle of financial diversification methods throughout the GCC.[42] For Israel — deeply burrowed into the worldwide semiconductor provide chain — and for the Gulf Arab states — searching for to speed up the digital transformation of their economies — the latest US curbs on semiconductors can’t have been welcome information.
The Israeli semiconductor {industry}, a number of a long time in improvement, is flourishing.[43] The “startup nation,” which has change into a big participant within the intricate semiconductor international provide chain, has positioned its deal with the R&D side of semiconductors. Virtually all the key worldwide chip builders have a presence in Israel, together with American tech giants Intel, Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft. In reality, over the previous decade, Intel has acquired a half dozen Israeli chip firms.[44] Chinese language tech firms’ engagement with the Israeli semiconductor sector has grown as effectively,[45] drawing growing US  scrutiny and stress to “develop threat mitigation” measures to guard analysis and know-how.[46] Plugged as they’re into the worldwide chip ecosystem, some Israeli semiconductor firms face probably substantial income losses and employees layoffs as the results of the brand new US export restrictions.[47]
Though the know-how panorama within the Gulf differs from and is way much less mature within the semiconductor house than that of Israel, US export controls nonetheless do pose challenges. Digital transformation is central to the nationwide methods of all six GCC states. Earlier this yr, for instance, the UAE Cupboard authorized the creation of the Council for Digital Economic system and launched a Digital Economic system Technique that seeks to double the contribution of the sector to the nationwide GDP from 9.7% (2022) to over 20% by 2031.[48]  Certainly, UAE and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are in some ways the Gulf pace-setters — forging forward in efforts to digitalize their economies, together with by trying to breaking into the worldwide semiconductor market via the localization of manufacturing and expertise. Investing in and localizing the manufacturing of vital merchandise and semiconductors is perforce excessive on the checklist of priorities of the UAE,[49] as it’s for Saudi Arabia,[50] if solely to protect towards delays in attaining their financial diversification targets but in addition to satisfy their ambitions to determine themselves as tech powers.[51]
Throughout the Gulf, the UAE was the first-mover in pushing the localization agenda, with distinguished gamers corresponding to Mubadala investing in tech companies, together with synthetic intelligence (AI), cloud computing, house programs, and telecommunications. Likewise, Saudi Arabia has launched bold applications and megaprojects. The Kingdom’s NEOM Tech & Digital Firm is constructing superior digital infrastructure in Oxagon[52] to help new knowledge facilities, Synthetic Intelligence (AI) and superior robotics operations, and high-speed networking. These actions by the Gulf’s financial heavyweights have dovetailed with China’s Digital Silk Street (DSR) efforts to create a digitalized, supporting surroundings for Chinese language Belt and Street port-production actions within the area.[53] It’s this alignment of pursuits and ambitions that has enabled China to embed its bodily and digital know-how into the economies of the Gulf states,[54] in flip lending momentum to US efforts to curb using Chinese language know-how.
But, Huawei has participated in constructing 5G networks in most Gulf states regardless of US considerations.[55] Moreover, Gulf officers have plainly said that they continue to be open to cooperating with China in AI, for instance, “so long as it makes financial sense.”[56] Towards this backdrop, it appears possible that the latest US semiconductor export restrictions will check the resilience of Gulf-China know-how cooperation and incur the chance of additional straining US-Gulf relations.
On the identical time, it is very important be aware of new and promising areas of cooperation within the semiconductor house involving US Mideast allies that don’t run counter to Washington’s efforts to hobble China’s capabilities. UAE’s strategic investments within the semiconductor sector have been deployed in the USA.[57] Taiwan-based Foxconn, Apple Inc.’s greatest assembler, has been in discussions to arrange a chip foundry in NEOM.[58] Final March, Saudi Arabia’s Superior Electronics Firm (AEC), Tokyo-based Yokogawa Electrical Company, and Aramco signed an MoU aimed toward accelerating the Kingdom’s digital ecosystem improvement, together with localization of semiconductor chip manufacturing.[59] Worldwide Semiconductor Consortium (ISMC) — a three way partnership between Abu Dhabi-based Subsequent Orbit Ventures and Israel’s Tower Semiconductors (just lately acquired by Intel Corp) has reportedly partnered to spend money on the institution of India’s first semiconductor manufacturing plant, in Mysuru, Karnatika.[60] In the end, US pursuits can be greatest served by a balanced strategy, one which seeks not simply to starve Chinese language tech firms of cutting-edge chips and tools however promotes cooperation amongst its Mideast and different allies to develop and keep entry to trusted, assured, and state-of-the-art semiconductors.
Heightened considerations about lagging competitiveness plus vital vulnerabilities and dependencies have converged with intensifying strategic competitors to spur US policymakers to motion. Whichever approach one chooses to label or describe these latest efforts, they result in the identical conclusion: Washington has pivoted from an “outcompete” to a “damage-and-delay” strategy to addressing the China problem within the semiconductor house. This not solely serves as further affirmation that the ‘China hawks’ are ascendant in Washington however portends harsher US measures in different tech sectors, an additional attenuation of US-China relations, and a ratcheting up of the stress on third events, together with MENA international locations and firms, to decide on sides or take cowl.
[1] “Why is there a scarcity of semiconductors?” The Economist, February 25, 2021.
[2] Extreme chip shortages additionally occurred in 1988, 2000, 2004, and once more in 2011.
[3] The March 2021 hearth on the Renasas facility in Japan, for instance, took manufacturing offline for 3 months. See: An intense winter storm in February 2022 prompted Samsung, Infineon, and NXP to close down their crops in Texas. See:   
[4] US Division of Commerce, “Evaluation for CHIPS Act and BIA Briefing,” Press Launch, April 6, 2022,; Ana Swanson and Katie Edmondsen, “Commerce Dept. Survey Uncovers ‘Alarming’ Chip Shortages,” New York Occasions, January 25, 2022, system/chips-semiconductors-shortage.html; and White Home, “FACT SHEET: Securing America’s Vital Provide Chains,” Press Launch, February 24, 2021,   
[5] “BIS Publishes Remaining ‘Direct Product’ Rule for Huawei and Entity Listing Compliance Obligation Clarifications,” Crowell, August 21, 2020,
[6] Ian King, Adrian Leung, and Demetrios Pogkas, “The Chips Scarcity Retains Getting Worse. Why Can’t We Simply Make Extra?” Bloomberg, Might 6, 2021,
[7] Michaela D. Platzer, John F. Sargent Jr, and Karen M. Sutter, “Semiconductors: U.S. Trade, World Competitors, and Federal Coverage,” US Congressional Analysis Service (CRS) Report, October 26, 2020,
[8] Ibid.
[9] Alan Crawford et al., “The World is Dangerously Depending on Taiwan for Semiconductors,” Bloomberg, January 25, 2021,
[10] Jeong-Soo Wang, “Samsung Elec to broaden foundry enterprise to sort out TSMC,” Korea Financial Each day, October 24, 2022,
[11] Katie Tarasov, “ASML is the one firm making the $200 million machines wanted to print each superior microchip. Right here’s an inside look,” CNBC, March 23, 2022,
[12] Julian Ryall, “Japan strengthens maintain on semiconductor supplies amid international chip scarcity,” South China Morning Publish, September 28, 2021,
[13] US Division of Commerce, “Evaluation for CHIPS Act and BIA Briefing,” Press Launch, April 6, 2022,
[14] Ramiro Palma, Raj Varadarajan, Jimmy Goodrich, Thomas Lopez, and Aniket Patil, The Rising Problem of Semiconductor Design Management, Semiconductor Trade Affiliation (SIA), November 2022,
[16] Sam Kim, “How China Turned a Menace to the US’s Tech Management,” Bloomberg, October 20, 2022,  
[17] Alicia García-Herrero and Pauline Weil, “Classes for Europe from China’s quest for semiconductor self-reliance,” Bruegel Coverage Contribution 19 (November 2022),; and Mathieu Duchâtel, “The Weak Hyperlinks in China’s Drive for Semiconductors,” Institut Montaigne Coverage Paper 1 (2021),
[18] Christopher Thomas, “Lagging however motivated: the state of China’s semiconductor {industry},” TechStream, January 7, 2021,; and “China to import $300 billion of chips for third straight yr: {industry} group,” Reuters, August 26, 2020,  
[19] Ben Murphy, “Chokepoints: China’s Self-Recognized Strategic Expertise Import Dependencies,” Middle for Safety and Rising Expertise (CSET), Might 2022,
[20] Gregory C. Allen, Choking Off China’s Entry to the Way forward for AI,” Middle for Strategic and Worldwide Research (CSIS) (October 2022): 7,
[21] Jon Bateman, US-Technological “Decoupling”: A Technique and a Framework, Carnegie Endowment for Worldwide Peace (2022): 9,
[22] Matt Sheehan, “Biden’s Unprecedented Semiconductor Wager,” Carnegie Endowment for Worldwide Peace, October 27, 2022,
[23] Shawn Donnan, “U.S. Locations Huawei and Scores of Associates on Export Blacklist,” Bloomberg, Might 16, 2019,
[24] US Division of Commerce, “Commerce Provides China’s SMIC to the Entity Listing, Limiting Entry to Key Enabling U.S. Expertise,” Press Launch, December 18, 2020,
[25] “U.S. blocking Chinese language acquisitions of worldwide tech companies a ‘pink flag’ – Chinese language state-backed tabloid,” Reuters, September 2, 2021,
[26] US Federal Register, “Implementation of Further Export Controls: Sure Superior Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing Objects; Supercomputer and Semiconductor Finish Use; Entity Listing Modification,” October 13, 2022,
[27] US Congress, 136 STAT. 1366 PUBLIC LAW 117–167—AUG. 9, 2022, material/pkg/PLAW-117publ167/pdf/PLAW-117publ167.pdf; and White Home, FACT SHEET: CHIPS and Science Act Will Decrease Prices, Create Jobs, Strengthen Provide Chains, and Counter China, August 9, 2022,
[28] See Act Sec. 103(b)(5) (amending the NDAA 2021 Sec. 9902 by including (6)(C)(ii)).
[29] US Commerce Division, Bureau of Trade and Safety (BIS), “Commerce Implements New Export Controls on Superior Computing and Semiconductor Manufacturing Objects to the Individuals’s Republic of China (PRC),” October 7, 2022,
[30] Karen Freifeld and Alexandra Alper, “U.S. provides China’s YMTC and 30 different companies to ‘unverified’ commerce checklist,” Reuters, October 7, 2022,; and Stephen Nellis, Karen Freifeld, and Alexandra Alper, “U.S. goals to hobble China’s chip {industry} with sweeping new export guidelines,” Reuters, October 10, 2022,
[31] John D. McKinnon and Asa Fitch, “U.S. Restricts Semiconductor Exports in Bid to Gradual China’s Navy Advance,” Wall Avenue Journal, October 7, 2022,; and Ana Swanson, “Biden Administration Clamps Down on China’s Entry to Chip Expertise,” New York Occasions, October 7, 2022, system/biden-chip-technology.html.
[32] White Home, “Remarks by Nationwide Safety Advisor Jake Sullivan on the Particular Aggressive Research Mission World Rising Applied sciences Summit,” September 16, 2022,
[33] Overseas Ministry of the Individuals’s Republic of China, “Overseas Ministry Spokesperson Mao Ning’s Common Press Convention on October 8, 2022,”
[34] Mohammed Soliman, “Tech Containment is Core to Washington’s Chilly Struggle 2.0 Technique,” Nationwide Curiosity, October 27, 2022,
[35] Gregory Allen, “Choking Off China’s Entry to the Way forward for AI,” Middle for Worldwide and Strategic Research (CSIS), October 11, 2022,
[36] Invoice Bishop, “Plenum communique and Social gathering Congress chatter; Response to US semiconductor decoupling; One other protection of dynamic zero-Covid,” Sinocism, October 12, 2022,
[37] Qianer Liu, Kathrin Hille, and Yuan Lang, “World’s high chip tools suppliers halt enterprise with China,” Monetary Occasions, October 13, 2022, material/51f9ec46-ec9e-43a1-ba64-45e0e6e6da71.
[38] Antonio Varas, Raj Varadarajan, Jimmy Goodrich, and Falan Yinug, “Authorities Incentives and U.S. Competitiveness in Semiconductor Manufacturing,” SIA/BCG, September 2020,
[39] “Taiwan alerts its chip companies will comply with new U.S. guidelines on China,” Reuters, October 8, 2022,
[40] Takashi Mochizuki, Cagan Koc, and Peter Elstrom, “Japan to Be a part of US Effort to Tighten Chip Exports to China,” Bloomberg, December 12, 2022,
[41] Israel ranked seventh in Bloomberg’s Innovation Index and fifteenth amongst high-income international locations and 1st within the MENA area within the World Mental Property Group (WIPO) Innovation Index for 2021. See, respectively, “South Korea Leads World in Innovation as U.S. Exits High Ten,” i24News, February 11, 2021, and World Innovation Index 2021,
[42] Jad Haddad, Jean Salamat, Charbel Trad, and Amanda Tu, “The Eight Digital Traits Defining the GCC’s Future,” OliverWyman (March 2022),
[43] Neal Leavitt, “Israeli Semiconductor Trade Continues to Thrive, however Some Clouds Might Be on Horizon,” IEEE Laptop Society, n/d,
[44] Ricky Ben-David, “Intel to amass Israeli agency Tower Semiconductor for $5.4 billion,” Occasions of Israel, February 15, 2022,
[45] Agmon David Porat, “Israel’s Semiconductor Panorama,” Linkedin, August 22, 2021,; Tova Cohen and Steven Scheer, “Unique: Israel’s chip gross sales to China leap as Intel expands,” Reuters, March 19, 2019,; Jia Shaoxuan, “Israel: The Subsequent Strategic Level for Sino-US Semiconductor Competitors?” AI Insights Weekly, December 13, 2022, https://inf.information/en/economic system/022d5e8eaef00e43147168e06ed6a3ef.html.
[46] US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for World China Points Dr. Jung H. Pak, quoted in Lahav Harkov, “US desires ‘extra motion’ from Israel on China tech investments,” Jerusalem Publish, December 8, 2022,
[47] Assaf Gilead, “‘Globes’ examines the ramifications for Israel’s tech sector of the most recent US chip export controls.” Globes, October24, 2022,
[48] “UAE approves technique to double digital economic system’s contribution to GDP,” Zawya, April 11, 2022, system/gcc/uae-approves-strategy-to-double-digital-economys-contribution-to-gdp-jrhc9uwc.
[49] Mohammed Soliman, “Strategic Begin-Ups: The UAE Is Betting Large on Semiconductors,” Nationwide Curiosity, July 16, 2022,
[50] “Saudi Arabia Launches First Regional Program for Digital Chips,” Asharq Al-Awsat, March 31, 2022,
[51] Soliman, “Strategic Begin-Ups: The UAE is Betting Large on Semiconductors.” 
[52] See Oxagon web site: areas/oxagon.
[53] Andre Wheeler, “China’s Digital Silk Street (DSR): the brand new frontier within the Digital Arms Race?” Silk Street Briefing, February 19, 2020,
[54] Mordechai Chaziza, “China-GCC Digital Financial Cooperation within the Age of Strategic Rivalry,” Center East Institute, June 7, 2022,; “Gulf states go digital with China,” East Asia Discussion board,; John Calabrese, “China’s digital inroads into the Center East,” East Asia Discussion board, October 19, 2022,; and N Janardhan, East Asia Discussion board, November 30, 2022,
[55] Aziz El Yaacoubi and Eduardo Baptista, “Saudi Arabia indicators Huawei deal, deepening China ties on Xi go to,” Reuters, December 8, 2022,
[56] Nesreen Bekheit, “UAE open to China AI regardless of U.S. considerations: minister,” Nikkei Asia, October 15, 2022,
[57] Soliman, “Strategic Begin-Ups: The UAE Is Betting Large on Semiconductors.” 
[58] Stephen Kalin and Summer time Stated, “Apple Provider Foxconn in Talks to Construct $9 Billion Manufacturing unit in Saudi Arabia,” Wall Avenue Journal, March 14, 2022,
[59] “AEC Indicators MoU with Saudi Aramco and Yokogawa to Localize the Fabrication of Semiconductors and Manufacturing of Digital Merchandise,” SAMI Superior Electronics, March 30, 2022,
[60] Leslie D’Monte and Prasid Banerjee, “Karnataka could change into the primary state to have a chip fab,” Mint, November 17, 2022,{industry}/manufacturing/ismcs-3bn-chip-fab-may-be-1st-to-take-off-11668624096835.html. See additionally: John Reed, “India’s high-stakes bid to hitch the worldwide semiconductor race,” Monetary Occasions, September 1, 2022, material/cbd50844-853e-4435-8028-f581d536a89a.
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