Tag: U.S.-China trade


Reports of the Death of U.S.-China Trade Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

February 13, 2023

Via: Alliance for American Manufacturing

Quitting a two-decades long addiction is hard. Despite a major shift in U.S.-China relations and the passage of significant industrial policy designed to increase American production in critical industries, the United States remains woefully addicted to Chinese imports. New data […]


TSMC head warns of industry risks from U.S., China trade spat

June 5, 2018

Via: Reuters

Protracted trade tensions between Washington and Beijing could hit China’s semiconductor industry and companies across the electronics supply chain, Morris Chang, who founded Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC), said at the company’s annual shareholders’ meeting. “If the U.S. and […]

Process, Production

Chip Industry’s Biggest Risk Is not a US Trade Spat

May 7, 2018

Via: Industry Week

A tit for tat between Beijing and Washington wouldn’t be good for the Chipmaker to the Stars, its founder and outgoing chairman told the Financial Times. “China does a lot of assembling of the final product, so the U.S.-China trade […]


Trump, Apple CEO to meet as U.S.-China trade row roils tech sector

April 25, 2018

Via: Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump will meet with Apple Inc (AAPL.O) Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook on Wednesday, as the technology industry finds itself in the crosshairs of a U.S. trade spat with China, a manufacturing hub for the […]