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Huawei revealed it will launch the HarmonyOS for smartphones next week, as part of the company's push into software.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam's government has urged two provinces that are home to production facilities of companies such as Samsung Electronics and Foxconn to boost efforts to prevent a COVID-19 outbreak disrupting industrial production.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan is planning to increase spending to ramp up local production of advanced semiconductors and batteries under this year's growth agenda, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Electric car maker Fisker Inc has finalized its vehicle-assembly deal with Foxconn Technology Co Ltd, including plans to open a U.S. plant in 2023, the companies said on Thursday.
SEOUL (Reuters) -Samsung Electronics on Thursday raised its planned investment in non-memory chips to 171 trillion won ($151 billion) through 2030, joining a rush of firms ramping up investments amid a global semiconductor shortage.
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(Reuters) - Some of the world's biggest chip buyers, including Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp and Alphabet Inc's Google, are joining top chip-makers such as Intel Corp to create a new lobbying group to press for government chip manufacturing subsidies.
Apple’s attempt to diversify manufacturing to India is being stymied by New Delhi’s coronavirus crisis
Apple has been hit by Covid-19 infections at two of its India plants, according to Taiwan media report. The coronavirus wave is likely to slow handset manufacturing production in India and weaken consumer demand, analysts say.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Spain is moving aggressively to land new battery and electric vehicle plants, using billions of European Union pandemic relief funds to avoid being left behind as the global auto sector undertakes the biggest technology transformation in a century.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Some critical industries could suffer if the U.S. government uses a national security law to redirect scarce computer chips to the auto industry, a senior administration official told Reuters.