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Xie Feng, China’s ambassador to the U.S., has warned that if the U.S. imposes more restrictions and export controls on China's semiconductors, Beijing will respond in kind.
These tiny semiconductor chips, accounting for 15% of Taiwan's GDP, can profoundly change the world as the U.S. and China fight over the brains of electronics.
Taiwan's companies retain a global edge despite efforts by China to compete by spending huge sums on tempting their talent.
The way the semiconductor issue is resolved will tell us a lot about whether the two countries will be able to work out a broader modus vivendi for their future trading relationship.