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China's imports of semiconductor equipment in 2022 totaled $34.72 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 15.3%, showed the data from the General Administration of Customs (GACC).
China's integrated circuits (IC) imports registered a decrease of 26.5% to 67.58 billion units in the first two months of 2023, while the value of imports dropped 24.9% to RMB329.07 billion ($47.22 billion).
U.S. imports of solar panels are finally picking up after months of gridlock
South Korea’s import of silicon wafers from China has continued to grow with this January’s amount hitting $74.882 million
China’s integrated circuit output was 324.19 billion units in 2022, a year-on-year decrease of 9.8%, the first decline since 2009.
China’s semiconductor trade volume declines in 2022, with IC imports from the US and memory chips imports dropping sharply
China’s IC imports in 2022 drop for the first time in nearly two decades
China imported 5,350 semiconductor manufacturing equipment with a value of RMB13.23 billion ($1.89 billion) in November, down by 40.3% and 36.8%
China’s IC imports numbered 498.51 billion, a decrease of 14.4%, and are valued at RMB2.52 trillion ($360 billion), an increase of 0.6%, in the first eleven months of 2022.
China's imports of IC equipment from the Netherlands increased from $159.07 million to $336.73 million, a 111.69% increase over the same period last year.