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US-China tensions

Vote on US 'China bill' recedes to fall or beyond

Aid for chip industry in focus as House and Senate struggle to reconcile legislation

The U.S. Capitol Building: The House of Representatives is slated to reconvene on Sept. 20.   © Reuters

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Congress will not vote this summer on comprehensive legislation to boost American competitiveness against China in semiconductors and other critical technologies, with the House and the Senate struggling to bridge the divide between their proposals.

The Biden administration has been working with legislators on a bipartisan package to support cutting-edge companies and research.

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