China is in a chip equipment jam that will hurt for a long time

Marc Kennis Marc Kennis, March 17, 2023

Certain chip equipment is off limits to China

Our own Marc Kennis spoke on Ausbiz about the jam China is finding itself in now that supply of advanced and even less advanced Western chip equipment has been blocked. What impact will that have and how might the global chip sector develop in the next 5 years as a result?

And which chip stocks will benefit? Check out our article on this issue too!


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