Global Times: sanction ZTE, American company will follow a pain together

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 Global Times: sanction ZTE, American company will follow a pain together


The US government ordered a total ban on ZTE, which would bring huge losses to ZTE. Unfortunately, the law of the era of globalization is that the US side will not be victorious and will suffer serious joint and several losses. In this regard, the US stock market quickly gave judgement, and the global media immediately calculated the price the United States would pay, which is not a bit of a bit. Qualcomm is the largest supplier of ZTE, a Reuters analysis says that Qualcomm will be threatened by the three threat of ZTEs sanctions: losing an important customer and being a substitute for a rival because China is implicated in retaliation for the United States. According to the media, if the 7 year sanctions are fully implemented, only high Qualcomm, Acacia communications, and OclaroInc three US suppliers will lose $6 billion 800 million in sales, and more than 32 thousand employees will be affected. Because of this pessimistic forecast, shares of Acacia communications fell 35.97% on Monday. In addition, the business of Intel and Microsoft will also be affected. China is the largest sales market for American chips, and the huge revenue provided by the Chinese market for us semiconductor technology companies has made them have enough money to continue to invest in new research and development. The loss of the Chinese market could also be a turning point for the future of American companies, making them go down the downhill path and the risk of being overtaken by rivals is very real. The United States will also face serious doubts about the business environment. A 80 thousand - Peoples company has been intervened by the US government to stop its contract with American companies because of the controversy over whether to penalize dozens of employees bonuses. Is this US business environment still credible? Dont the United States want to be the whole who? Where to cooperate with US companies is to do business simply, it must be stamped politically correctly by the US government. Some Westerners criticize the risk of doing business in China, but which company has been subjected to such sanctions by the US government in China? Which multinational company has been hit like this in the world? The ZTE should be called the 35 person bonuses crisis, and if it is the true fuse that overturns China US cooperation and even the setback of globalization, it can really be the most extraordinary part of the great events of history. The collision between China and the United States will lead to the confusion of economic and trade relations between China and the United States. The investment of American companies in China is far greater than that of Chinese companies in the United States. These investments are difficult to avoid, and the loss of the US side will naturally outweigh the loss of the Chinese side. Sino US high-tech war, Chinas difficulties in the short term, the United States in the long run. Because China has developed research and development capabilities, China has been slow to develop chips in the past, and the biggest reason is that it is easy to buy cheap American chips, which has greatly weakened our market power to expand domestic chips. Both chips and operating systems are not as high as possible, and most of them need huge market support, and Chinas market for $200 billion a year can provide enough support. The consequences of sanction are no more than Washington can control. The economy of China and the United States, such as conjoined babies, will certainly mean the pain of both sides. Its too childish to think of it as a unilateral punishment for Chinas high-tech companies, and its naivety will be paid by more and more American companies and industries. The source of this article: Global Times - global network. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 Sino US high-tech war, Chinas difficulties in the short term, the United States in the long run. Because China has developed research and development capabilities, China has been slow to develop chips in the past, and the biggest reason is that it is easy to buy cheap American chips, which has greatly weakened our market power to expand domestic chips. Both chips and operating systems are not as high as possible, and most of them need huge market support, and Chinas market for $200 billion a year can provide enough support. The consequences of sanction are no more than Washington can control. The economy of China and the United States, such as conjoined babies, will certainly mean the pain of both sides. Its too childish to think of it as a unilateral punishment for Chinas high-tech companies, and its naivety will be paid by more and more American companies and industries.