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Dell no longer uses chips from China

US computer manufacturer Dell plans to stop using semiconductors manufactured in China by 2024. Suppliers have been asked to reduce the amount of Chinese-made components in products. The background are concerns by the company due to the tensions between the United States and the government in Beijing, the Japanese newspaper “Nikkei” reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

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