US turns up heat on China’s biggest chip-maker

“Seeing as SMIC is dependent on sourcing from US companies in order to be able to manufacture silicon chips, this puts SMIC’s business in the hands of the Department of Commerce, which can decide whether to issue licences on a case-by-case basis,” said Richard Windsor, founder of research firm Radio Free Mobile.

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