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China's chip industry brings high hopes to Shanghai trade show

SEMICON China to kick off as Washington and Beijing prepare for major meeting

TAIPEI -- With supply shortages and a crackdown from Washington, China's up-and-coming chipmaking sector has rarely seemed under such pressure -- and yet William Wang could scarcely be happier as he heads to Shanghai for China's biggest semiconductor event of the year.

The CEO of Shanghai-based consultancy IC Cafe, Wang will be looking for networking and business opportunities at SEMICON China, and he is confident that a local industry that managed to grow 20% last year despite a global pandemic and unprecedented U.S.-China tensions will continue to deliver.

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