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Thursday 5th August 2021 01:05 PM

South Korea Set to Invest $854mn Annually in Micro Chip Supply Chain


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Japan has outlined its purpose to fasten regulations on exports of some high-tech materials such as smartphone displays and chips to South Korea as the ongoing dispute over South Koreans who were made to work for Japanese companies during WW2 rages on.

 

Speaking to reporters following a meeting with officers from the presidential office and government ministries, Cho Jeong-sik from the Democratic Party, commented: “We are performing a preliminary feasibility analysis (on the investment).”

 

It is regarded that the export curbs could impact production of South Korea-based giants, Samsung Electronics, and SK Hynix, with the two chemicals targeted regarded as essential.

 

The data company, HIS Markit, verified that Japanese trade limits against South Korea is set to add to the global trade tensions. In a note, Len Jelinek, executive director of semiconductor research at IHS Markit, said: “A decrease or elimination in the availability of these materials will greatly impede the production of memory and other semiconductor chips, impacting major semiconductor manufacturers including Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix.”



This article is originally posted on supplychaindigital.com


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Posted on : Thursday 5th August 2021 01:05 PM

South Korea Set to Invest $854mn Annually in Micro Chip Supply Chain


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Japan has outlined its purpose to fasten regulations on exports of some high-tech materials such as smartphone displays and chips to South Korea as the ongoing dispute over South Koreans who were made to work for Japanese companies during WW2 rages on.

 

Speaking to reporters following a meeting with officers from the presidential office and government ministries, Cho Jeong-sik from the Democratic Party, commented: “We are performing a preliminary feasibility analysis (on the investment).”

 

It is regarded that the export curbs could impact production of South Korea-based giants, Samsung Electronics, and SK Hynix, with the two chemicals targeted regarded as essential.

 

The data company, HIS Markit, verified that Japanese trade limits against South Korea is set to add to the global trade tensions. In a note, Len Jelinek, executive director of semiconductor research at IHS Markit, said: “A decrease or elimination in the availability of these materials will greatly impede the production of memory and other semiconductor chips, impacting major semiconductor manufacturers including Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix.”



This article is originally posted on supplychaindigital.com

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