Chips, markets and geopolitics

The United States, Japan and the Netherlands have reached an agreement in order to restrict the export of chip-making machinery to China.

Reducing dependence on China seems to be an imperative for developed countries. "The agreements that were reached seem to be part of a complex policy aimed at limiting Chinese technological progress, alongside increasingly evident efforts to revise U.S. supply chains in favor of friendly countries, so-called friendshoring," explains Andrea Noris in his recent article for ISPI (Institute for International Policy Studies).

Recent events put the $580 billion industry at the center of geopolitical issues. To learn more read the full article at the following link:

Chips, markets and geopolitics

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