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USA tightens rules for chip exports

Because of new instructions from the US authorities, US chipmakers are no longer allowed to supply high-performance chips to China. According to US chipmakers Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), the restrictions affect semiconductors used primarily in artificial intelligence (AI) applications. The US Commerce Department said it wanted to “keep advanced technologies out of the wrong hands” and “protect US national security and foreign policy interests.” It did not comment on the specific criteria for the ban.

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