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TEG Working Group News Roundup June 23 – 30

TEG Working Group News Roundup June 23 – 30
Fri, 06/30/2023 – 15:25
In this week’s news roundup, the US and Netherlands escalate restrictions on chipmaking equipment sales to China, experts recommend the US help revitalize NATO front-line states’ defenses, and the FTC prepares its largest antitrust case against Amazon. Additionally, public sentiment toward AI is examined, Virgin Galactic achieves a successful commercial space mission, a hacking incident against Russian targets unfolds, and a Supreme Court ruling weighs in on digital speech.

Industrial Policy & International Security

US, Dutch set to hit China’s chipmakers with one-two punch | Reuters

The United States and the Netherlands are intensifying efforts to restrict sales of chipmaking equipment to China to prevent them from strengthening their military capabilities. The Dutch government plans to announce new regulations that will require a licensing requirement for certain chipmaking equipment from ASML, including its deep ultraviolet semiconductor equipment. Their most sophisticated equipment has never been shipped to China. The US is expected to go further by restricting even more Dutch equipment from specific Chinese fabs. The US previously imposed export restrictions on American chipmaking tools to China, and it has been encouraging other countries with key suppliers to adopt …read more

Source:: Hoover Institution


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