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Export Controls: Rapid Advances in China’s Semiconductor Industry Underscore Need for Fundamental U.S. Policy Review
Joseph Christoff. The U.S. controls the export of certain technology, including some of the equipment & materials used to make semiconductors, or computer “chips,” to sensitive destinations such as China for national security or foreign policy reasons. In light of China’s efforts to acquire modern semiconductor manufacturing technology, this report assesses: (1) advances in China’s manufacturing capability; & (2) U.S. export control policy for this technology & its analytical basis. The report found that China’s advanced manufacturing facilities can make chips that are less than one generation behind the current, commercial state of the art. Charts & tables.
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Guide to Metal Toys
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