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U.S. sanctions will not halt rise of China's chip industry

Beijing still holds advantages while America struggles to boost domestic output

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The SMIC booth at the 2023 China IC Manufacturing Annual Conference in Guangzhou: China's largest contract chip producer appears to have achieved a key production breakthrough. (Photo by Shunsuke Tabeta)

Stanley Chao was previously executive vice president of U.S. chipmaker Kingston Technology and is the author of "Selling to China: A Guide for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses."

In recent years, the U.S. has been progressively restricting the ability of Chinese companies to purchase advanced chipmaking technologies in a concerted attempt to throttle the country's indigenous semiconductor industry.

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