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Chinese Commerce Minister Wang Wentao urged Japan to correct its wrongdoing on chip export controls, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Commerce.
Chinese Commerce Minister raised concerns about the US economic and trade policies towards China and semiconductor policies during his meeting with US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo in Washington on May 25.
Chinese Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao chaired a group meeting with several representatives from US companies operating in Shanghai to learn about their operation
China's Commerce Minister Wang Wentao met with Patrick Paul Gelsinger, CEO of Intel Corp, on April 11 in Beijing
China was seriously concerned about Japan's move to impose export restrictions on semiconductor manufacturing equipment and has filed a lawsuit with the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Commerce Minister Wang Wentao met Dutch chip-making equipment maker ASML's CEO Peter Wennink on March 28. They exchanged views on ASML's development in China and other issues.
China’s Assistant Minister of Commerce Li Fei said that China has deep concerns over Japan's semiconductor export controls
China is considering adding seven new items including LiDAR systems and solar tech to its Catalogue of Technologies Prohibited or Restricted from Export.