As a result of US sanctions semiconductor production Turning its face to the other side, China is looking for a new way out. Many companies, both US and Chinese, the tension between the two countries was damaged due to. In recent months in semiconductor stocks Considering the troubles experienced, especially chip manufacturers this process turned out to be more harmful. However, the country that benefits from this whole process is Japan happened.
Globally, the chip shortage will continue until the end of 2022, according to expert analysis.
China turns to Japan for semiconductor production
A post by Nikkei Asia to report According to the Chinese companies Japanturned to. Chinese companies in Japan from the second hand market while taking advantage, the prices in this market 20 percent increase showed. Chip shortage seen worldwide, many companies to turn to second-hand products caused.
As stated by Mitsubishi UFJ Lease & Finance, 90 percent of used machinery to China going. The machines that were worthless a few years ago are now 100 million yenIt is stated that it was sold to (940 thousand dollars). Most of these machines are used on production lines in factories.
China, which has difficulties in semiconductor production, with greater difficulty face to face. US government in September Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation(SMIC) has imposed new sanctions. SMIC, China’s largest chip maker in position. Chinese manufacturer as per specified, On the same list as Huawei takes place. US companies wishing to sell certain products to SMIC, to secure their licenses is required.
The ultimate goal of the Chinese semiconductor industry Reducing dependence on US imports towards. Thus, sanctions It can be made to have less effect.