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MNI BRIEF: China Monitoring U.S. Chips Act Impact - MOFCOM

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Beijing will pay close attention to the U.S. implementation of the Chip and Science Act recently signed by President Joe Biden and take any necessary measures to safeguard China's legitimate rights and interests, said Shu Jueting, spokeswoman for the Ministry of Commerce at a briefing on Thursday.

The Act provides huge subsidies and tax incentives for the U.S. chip industry and restricts normal business activities of relevant companies in China, which will distort the global semiconductor supply chain, according to Shu.

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Beijing will pay close attention to the U.S. implementation of the Chip and Science Act recently signed by President Joe Biden and take any necessary measures to safeguard China's legitimate rights and interests, said Shu Jueting, spokeswoman for the Ministry of Commerce at a briefing on Thursday.

The Act provides huge subsidies and tax incentives for the U.S. chip industry and restricts normal business activities of relevant companies in China, which will distort the global semiconductor supply chain, according to Shu.

Keep reading...Show less