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China Semiconductor Industry Association urges US to correct its arbitrary and discriminatory policies
Chinese article by 爱集微
English Editor WM Zhang
10-14 15:15

China Semiconductor Industry Association(CSIA) announced on October 13 that it opposes the new export control measures by the US Department of Commerce last week, and urges it to rectify the arbitrary and discriminatory policies, JW Insights learned.

CSIA also said "For the well-being of the global semiconductor industry, countless downstream industrial sectors, and millions of semiconductor workers and professionals, we urge the US government to adjust the course of action and to return to the well-established framework of the World Semiconductor Council (WSC) and the Government and Authority Meeting on Semiconductor(GAMS).We are hopeful that opinions will be effectively exchanged and solutions could be worked out under the WSC and GAMS."

The following is the full text of CSIA announcement:

China Semiconductor Industry Association(CSIA) is disappointed to see the action from the Commerce Department, and we do not agree to such measure abruptly disturbing the international trade in such an arbitrary way. And we are troubled with applying the concept of national security and foreign policy interest to each action of the discriminating trade policy. Not only such unilateral measure will harm further the global supply chain of semiconductor industry, more importantly it will create an atmosphere of uncertainty, which will negatively affect the trust, goodwill, and spirit of cooperation that the players of the global semiconductor industry has carefully cultivated over the past decades.

Therefore, for the well-being of the global semiconductor industry, countless downstream industrial sectors, and millions of semiconductor workers and professionals, we urge the US government to adjust the course of action and to return to the well-established framework of the World Semiconductor Council (WSC) and the Government and Authority Meeting on Semiconductor(GAMS).We are hopeful that opinions will be effectively exchanged and solutions could be worked out under the WSC and GAMS.

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