Despite US Sanctions, China Pushes Forward In Advanced Chip Development, But Challenges Persist: Report

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China’s largest chipmaker, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC), has managed to produce more sophisticated chips despite U.S. sanctions. However, the company still faces significant hurdles in its quest for semiconductor self-sufficiency. What Happened: Despite U.S. sanctions aimed at slowing China’s technological progress, SMIC has made strides in producing advanced chips. Last year, the U.S.-sanctioned tech giant Huawei launched the Mate 60, a smartphone equipped with a 7-nanometer chip manufactured by SMIC, a significant achievement for the Chinese chipmaker, CNBC reported …

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