September 25, 2022
US set on semiconductors for AI, chipmaking tools shipments to China: Report


The Biden administration is reportedly planning to broaden existing restrictions on US shipments of semiconductors used for artificial intelligence and chipmaking tools to China. According to the report, based on sanctions previously sent to three US companies, the US Commerce Department intends to publish new rules to further restrict the export of semiconductors. The letters are said to forbid the company from exporting chipmaking equipment to Chinese factories that produce advance semiconductors. The rules are also expected to include additional actions against China.

according to recent report good By Reuters, the Biden administration plans to broaden its restrictions on US shipments of semiconductors used for artificial intelligence and chip-making devices to China next month.

The US Commerce Department is expected to publish the new rules based on sanctions that were previously reported to three US companies, including Applied Materials, KLA and Lam Research.

The companies have publicly acknowledged letters that forbid them from exporting chipmaking equipment to Chinese factories that produce advance semiconductors with sub-14 nanometer processes.

Semiconductors are sold only when sellers obtain a license from the Department of Commerce.

As mentioned earlier, the new rules also call for the inclusion of additional actions against China. Restrictions may also change and there is a possibility that the rules may be published later than expected.


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