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USA wants to isolate chip production in China

The United States is considering limiting cooperation with Chinese memory chip manufacturers. This was reported by Reuters, citing four people familiar with the matter. This is said to be an attempt to stop the progress of the Chinese semiconductor sector and protect US companies. Specifically, the plan is to stop the supply of US equipment for the production of chips to factories in China, where advanced NAND chips are produced, which are able to store two bits of data or even more per cell.

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