TSMC: has stopped reporting new orders to China

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 TSMC: has stopped reporting new orders to China


Another person familiar with the matter said it was a tough decision for TSMC. Huawei is TSMCs second largest customer, but TSMC must also comply with the US regulations. It is worth noting that Huawei has made an emergency order of $700 million to TSMC, mainly producing 5 / 7Nm chips. Previously reported, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced Friday that all non-U.S. chip manufacturers using U.S. chip manufacturing equipment, intellectual property rights or design software must first apply for a license before delivering the chips to Huawei. Related recommendation Huawei makes contribution again! Chinas autopilot operating system has won international certification for the first time, and Huawei is preparing key components with an emergency order of $700 million. Huawei Jidian has been sniped by the United States! Can we survive this time? Strong response from the Ministry of Commerce

Another person familiar with the matter said it was a tough decision for TSMC. Huawei is TSMCs second largest customer, but TSMC must also comply with the US regulations.

It is worth noting that Huawei has made an emergency order of $700 million to TSMC, mainly producing 5 / 7Nm chips.