U.S. to expand sanctions on CCP’s semiconductor manufacturers and companies with factories in Communist China

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Translated by: Himalaya Washington DC-boylatin1L

According to The Information (Lessin Media), the U.S. Department of Commerce considers to ban Communist China’s companies from selling advanced wafer manufacturing equipment. The draft of the bill could be ready within a few months, targeting companies, such as Hua Hong Semiconductor and Changxin Changjiang Storage Technology.

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It is noted that Hua Hong Semiconductor has already involved in the field of automotive-grade insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and IGBT wafers. This suggests that the unmitigated shortage of automotive wafers could become more severe as the ban is enacted and implemented. Furthermore, the U.S. Department of Commerce not only bans Communist China’s companies but also companies with factories in Communist China. It is reported, South Korea’s SK Hynix, Germany’s Infineon, the Netherlands’ NXP, Texas Instruments, and other wafer companies all have factories in Communist China. Although they are all non-China- owned factories, they will also face the same export control rules as Communist China factories. At the same time, these companies are important suppliers of automotive chips.

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Reference:
https://gnews.org/zh-hans/2508364/

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