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South Korea turns down Biden’s semiconductor alliance

The plan for a semiconductor alliance by the United States between South Korea, Japan and Taiwan has been turned down. Out of fear of angering Beijing, the Koreans rejected the American proposal as “not fully acceptable,” according to South Korean media reports. The background: South Korean chip giants like Samsung and SK Hynix operate key factories in mainland China and fear sanctions should they cooperate too closely with the US industry.

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