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In depth: behind the bet on China’s pricey, technologically lagging chipmakers

Beijing has sought to the bolster domestic industry and create new national champions in the face of growing US export restrictions on technology. Taking a cue, Chinese mainland investors have rushed into the domestic semiconductor industry. But the frenzy could come back to bite because the industry remains dependent on US technology, leaving China to play catch-up.

10 Aug 20200 comment
Manufacturing

How Foxconn and Salcomp are leading the revival of Sriperumbudur’s industrial corridor

With the exit of Nokia in 2013, the industrial belt of Sriperumbudur gradually fell silent. Following diplomatic parleys and a government push for local manufacturing, it is getting its mojo back. Companies such as Salcomp and Foxconn are expanding their assembly lines for making phones, chargers, and a host of electronics equipment for a bevy of Chinese brands and Apple.

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