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31 comment(s). Last comment by Junichiro 2022-10-19 12:43

throx

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Posted by throx > 2022-10-17 18:36 | Report Abuse

You have to know that except for a few universities, majority of the universities in China are not really up to the standard. That's why millions of Chinese families try to send their kids to study oversea.

throx

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Posted by throx > 2022-10-17 18:36 | Report Abuse

You have to know that except for a few universities, majority of the universities in China are not really up to the standard. That's why millions of Chinese families try to send their kids to study oversea.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-17 20:03 | Report Abuse

biden priority to destroy China will destroy America faster.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-17 21:24 | Report Abuse

China plays a win win game
America plays a lose lose game

Tobby

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Posted by Tobby > 2022-10-17 22:04 | Report Abuse

America argues that such advanced semiconductors can be used by China for advanced military capabilities

Answer : This is the main reason! All those bs about China and Russia possesing hypersonic military assets are pure bs! Without US very high end chips, they can't build them! Look at Russia today! Can't even build missiles anymore as they need US chips! That's why Russia resort to buying Iranians missiles and drones! What a shame! Seems Putin has been tokok possesing superior military assets befure Ukraine invasion! Today, Putin even has to refurbish antic tanks for battle!

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-17 22:11 | Report Abuse

Russia is more vulnerable compared to China..........................

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-17 22:12 | Report Abuse

its too late for US to stop China.......................... Biden is killing their own tech companies.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-17 22:14 | Report Abuse

if they cannot sell to the largest market, then can ask them to close shop.

Up_again

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Posted by Up_again > 2022-10-17 23:52 | Report Abuse

Preparing for the Great War la, and it would hurt American companies if they are too invested in China. It’s time to slowly decouple

Tobby

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Posted by Tobby > 2022-10-18 02:44 | Report Abuse

UpAgain! Bingo! Finally some else figure out what's going on! WW3 is looming! Many still in dreamland at the moment!

BobAxelrod

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Posted by BobAxelrod > 2022-10-18 08:37 |

Post removed.Why?

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 11:38 | Report Abuse

Chinese and Indians are born with chip brains............................................

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 11:39 | Report Abuse

qqq1212 is me on hp
bright smart is me in computer

beinvested

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Posted by beinvested > 2022-10-18 13:10 | Report Abuse

China will have to bear with this ungentlemanly treatment from the US government.
Undoubtedly, with the strong character and wisdom from the Chinese leaders, they will be able to withstand the threat and will stand to wipe away the challenging circumstances confronting them both at their personal level as well as at the national level.

China could resolve to source to find the alternative for the shortage of supply of those important parts.

6 seconds ago

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 14:54 | Report Abuse

its not ww3.........its cold war 2.0..................but I think europe can go with China so its actually anglos vs China and rest of the world.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 14:55 | Report Abuse

anglos vs China and rest of the world. its Thucydides trap.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 14:56 | Report Abuse

anglos have it too good for 2 centuries already.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 14:56 | Report Abuse

look at UK, its already falling apart

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 14:58 | Report Abuse

look at england and large parts of america, its in a state of disrepair, broken, dirty, very depressing.

Posted by willvenom > 2022-10-18 18:08 | Report Abuse

The issue is a big topic. America's chip export restrictions to China. We need to discuss more
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Posted by resolution666 > 2022-10-18 21:05 | Report Abuse

everybody know china numbawan right? _____ is the best leader ever!

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-18 22:05 |

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Up_again

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Posted by Up_again > 2022-10-18 23:41 | Report Abuse

@tobby, yeah semua still in lalaland.

Sslee

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Posted by Sslee > 2022-10-19 10:06 | Report Abuse

When a group of semiconductor companies, including Intel Corp., lobbied Congress to pass the $52 billion chip-stimulus bill earlier this year—one of the biggest federal investments in a private industry—they argued in part that the subsidies and tax breaks would protect American jobs.

But now just months before the funding applications open, the nation’s largest semiconductor company is reportedly planning a major reduction in its workforce—yet could still receive billions in federal subsidies. Thousands of Intel employees are expected to be laid off later this month to cut costs amid a steep decline in demand for PC processors, according to Bloomberg. Some divisions, including sales and marketing, could lose 20% of their staff.

Intel is under intense pressure from investors, as its shares have fallen more than 50% this year. The company posted a net loss of $454 million in the second quarter, compared with a net income gain of $5 billion for the same period a year ago. Analysts are predicting more grim news to come out of the company’s upcoming earnings release, with an expected third-quarter revenue drop of roughly 15%.

Even so, the reported job cuts come at an awkward time for Intel, given that the company lobbied heavily for the subsidies and committed $20 billion to build a manufacturing mega-site on the outskirts of Columbus, Ohio earlier this year. The move also puts Intel chief executive Pat Gelsinger—who received a $179 million compensation package last year—in a difficult position. In December, he lobbied Congress to pass the funding, co-signing a letter to lawmakers that said federal subsidies would be “supporting millions of jobs for Americans.”

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-19 11:09 | Report Abuse

ss......................................the 52 b is just in time to save intel from bakruptcy.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-19 11:11 | Report Abuse

beijing to start photo optic chip factory next year. ...........completely new technology.

brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-19 11:15 |

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brightsmart

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Posted by brightsmart > 2022-10-19 11:15 | Report Abuse

the future is carbon chips and photo optic chips.................

Junichiro

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Posted by Junichiro > 2022-10-19 12:43 | Report Abuse

Global Times reported China will start mass production of photonic chips in 2023

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