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Japanese media: not afraid of U.S. bullying, Chinese enterprises began to independently develop chips

Japanese "Nikkei Asia review" article on November 7, original title: with the deepening impact of the trade war, Chinese enterprises have made their own chips. At present, the tension between China and the United States in the field of trade and security is escalating, which increases the risk that external supply may be limited

as Washington tries to curb China's growing power in the field of cutting-edge technology, Chinese enterprises have begun to independently develop chips, including Baidu, an online search engine, Alibaba, an e-commerce giant, and Gree, a household appliance company. Robin Lee, CEO of Baidu, said not long ago that the company's sales were $1.71 billion: "China depends on imports of high-end chips, but the era of artificial intelligence will change this situation."

China is the world's largest market for semiconductor products, but only 10% of China's chips are purchased domestically. Last year, China's semiconductor imports totaled US $260billion, exceeding its oil import expenditure. China's top management has set the goal of achieving 40% chip self-sufficiency by 2020 and 70% in five years. In July this year, baidu released the "Kunlun" chip for Artificial Intelligence Computing; Alibaba announced its entry into the semiconductor industry in September this year; In October this year, Huawei said it would start mass production of high-performance AI chips

China's Internet and home appliance companies have begun to produce the specific chips they need, which is only a niche market. Chinese leaders put forward two major plans to promote domestic semiconductor production: to provide enterprises that meet or exceed a certain chip production target with a single leaf flat open multi-function door jg/t 3054 (1) 999 with the benefit of exemption from corporate income tax for up to five years, and to build three state led storage chip companies. However, China does not have a low threshold enterprise that can provide chip manufacturing and graphite enterprises to the above three companies, so it must rely on Western imports - this practice faces uncertainty

the US Department of justice recently announced that a federal grand jury accused a chip company in Fujian of stealing secrets. Prior to this, Washington had imposed an export ban on the company to prevent it from acquiring equipment produced in the United States - a move seen as the United States preventing Chinese related companies from entering mass production. Chinese domestic chip enterprises are also facing a serious shortage of technical talents. Chinese enterprises obviously want to attract talents from European and American enterprises, but this may aggravate tensions with the West

in September this year, Chinese leaders said that "unilateralism and trade protectionism are rising, forcing us to take the road of self-reliance" - this is interpreted as his intention to expand China's scientific and technological power. The core to achieve this goal is to increase the proportion of domestic chips, and this process will not be smooth sailing

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