US chip restrictions on chip inevitable

@ 2022/10/27
Intel sees no way out

Intel Chief Executive [kicking] Pat Gelsinger (pictured) said that recently imposed US restrictions on semiconductor-industry exports to China were inevitable as America seeks to maintain technological leadership in competition with China.

Speaking at The Wall Street Journal's annual Tech Live conference, Gelsinger said the restrictions, which require chip companies to obtain a license to export certain advanced artificial intelligence and supercomputing chips as well as equipment used in advanced manufacturing, are part of a necessary shift of chip supply chains.

"I viewed this geopolitically as inevitable. And that's why the rebalancing of supply chains is so critical."

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