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Inside Tsinghua Unigroup, a key player in China's chip strategy

Tech war with US prompting Beijing to cut reliance on foreign suppliers

Tsinghua Unigroup is considered to be at the core of China's plans for domestic semiconductor manufacturing. (Photo by Shunsuke Tabeta)

SHANGHAI -- Leading Chinese high-tech company Tsinghua Unigroup is spearheading China's push to develop a homegrown semiconductor sector in a do-or-die resistance against U.S. pressure in the global chip market.

The China International Semiconductor Expo (IC China 2020) held in Shanghai from Oct. 14 to 16 had many exhibition booths with signs reading "domestically produced" or "made in China."

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