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China can sway chip markets without overtaking U.S.: Chris Miller

'Chip War' author says Beijing's policies can impact global semiconductor industry

"Chip War" author Chris Miller says America's relationship with Taiwan is not based solely on semiconductors. (Photo courtesy of CommonWealth Magazine)

TAIPEI -- The U.S. and its allies will still have the most advanced chip technology in five years' time but should remain cautious about China's impact on the market for less-advanced semiconductors, says "Chip War" author Chris Miller.

Speaking to Nikkei Asia in Taipei, Miller also argued that America's political support for Taiwan does not depend on the island's chip sector -- a view at odds with that of industry veteran Morris Chang.

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