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Japan chip export curb to China will take effect in July

Tokyo follows U.S. measures irrespective of Beijing's anger

Japan is following the U.S. lead on measures to restrict China's access to advanced chip technology.

TOKYO -- The Japanese government officially announced on Tuesday that it will add 23 items, including advanced semiconductor manufacturing equipment, to its list of regulated exports.

The move follows similar restrictions by the U.S. and is expected to take effect on July 23 after a two-month public awareness period.

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