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The Netherlands and the US no longer share chip technology with China

The Netherlands and the US no longer share chip technology with China

The US and the Netherlands are stepping up joint efforts to keep chip manufacturing out of China's hands.

Reuters news agency News about new activities The Netherlands and the US confirm that China can import as little as possible to make chips.

Not with all Chinese

We previously shared articles on the key role of chips in the trade conflict between the US and the Chinese. In this, not only the Netherlands, but also Japan has joined the train.

Now these restrictions have been slightly tightened. The ban for specialist ASML was already anticipated and is now actually happening. Hague bans Dutch company from selling chip products to China This rule certainly applies to similar institutions in our northern neighbours. However, this provision will not take effect until September.

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In the United States, such a ban has been in place for American companies since last fall. The reason is very simple, Joe Biden and Gov do not want China, especially the technology needed for its military apparatus.

In addition, the United States is reportedly implementing a provision that allows the United States to ban exports of goods from other countries if they contain at least some American component. This means that even more restrictions apply to China. Unlike the Netherlands, the U.S. doesn't plan to wait that long, with new rules coming into effect in July.

America is not just manufacturing equipment. They also don't want to see already-made AI chips exported to China.

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