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BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): The United States government's tightening of curbs on Huawei Technologies Co will close the door of a billion-dollar business to US companies and drive China to develop key technology and make further breakthroughs, experts said on Tuesday (Aug 18).
The accelerated digital transformation across almost every sector amid the coronavirus pandemic is boosting an esoteric collection of Japanese companies that dominate the global supply of semiconductor materials.
SHANGHAI: The latest U.S. government action against China's Huawei takes direct aim the company's HiSilicon chip division--a business that in a few short years has become central to China's ambitions in semiconductor technology but will now lose access to tools that are central to its success
SEOUL: South Korean exports suffered a sharper contraction in January, falling for a 14th straight month as worsening sentiment over the new coronavirus and the effect from fewer working days outweighed improving global demand for semiconductors.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia ended January on a disappointing note as the FBM KLCI sank further into the red on Friday as the coronavirus added more uncertainty and hurt investor sentiment.
KUALA LUMPUR: South Korea's SK Hynix's warning on the coronavirus and its impact on chip production saw local chip makers and semicon-related stocks sliding on Friday.
SEOUL: South Korea's SK Hynix, the world's No.2 memory chip maker, warned a new virus outbreak in China could pose a threat to chip production and said it would sharply reduce annual investment after posting a steep fall in quarterly profit.
KUALA LUMPUR: Bursa Malaysia and Southeast Asian markets were in the red at midday on Friday as worries about the fallout from the coronavirus mounted, especially the World Health Organisation's (WHO) declaration of a global emergency.
LONDON Biscuits Bhd seems to be seeking closure over some key issues that are weighing down on the stock, but its woes are far from over.
Alibaba Group on Thursday unveiled its first self-developed chip processor, as Chinese companies move towards self-sufficiency in the semiconductor industry amid the US-China trade war.