Netherlands Implements New Measures in Semiconductor Trade Dispute
In a move reminiscent of the United States, the Netherlands has recently announced the implementation of new measures designed to counteract the influence of Chinese chips in their semiconductor industry. These measures go beyond simply limiting the export of chip-making equipment, with the Dutch government also imposing bans on Chinese students studying IT and chips.
This development marks a new chapter in the ongoing battle between the US and China over dominance in the semiconductor market. By restricting Chinese students’ access to education in crucial fields and preventing chip production machines from reaching China, the Netherlands is actively positioning itself against the rise of Chinese influence in the global semiconductor landscape.
Notably, the Dutch government has joined South Korea in banning the export of AI chips to China, further tightening the control over the flow of these essential components. Additionally, the Netherlands has also implemented stricter regulations regarding the export of rare minerals necessary for chip manufacturing.
In the face of these measures, it is evident that the Netherlands is taking a proactive stance against China’s growing presence in the global semiconductor market. With Taiwan’s leading chip maker also capturing the attention of South Korea, the battle for dominance in the chip industry is intensifying.
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