China Goes on the Offensive in the Chip War

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The Biden administration’s plan for the United States to control the future of computing was never going to be easy, but at least it was meant to be straightforward: a strategy of denying China access to a limited group of advanced semiconductors while upgrading chip capabilities at home. In August 2022, President Joe Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act to boost U.S. manufacturing of advanced chips.

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