China's Plans For Ruling Chip Production

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anandvy
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Re: Chinese IC industry
anandvy   8/12/2014 12:33:33 PM
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"I'll simply say that I think China has known for some time that building an IC industry is a worthwhile endeavor, but obviously there have been problems with developing this sector. It's not as easy as just saying that they have the infrastructure and are economically strong. These factors have been in place for a while. As the Chinese government's report notes, there is a lack of talent in place to drive this industry, funding initiatives to spur IC sector growth has been lacking and a comprehensive national plan has not been in place. This is not the easiest industry to develop and we will see how competitive China can be given intellectual property issues and other factors that could negatively impact China's plans."

The factors that could really create an issue with the new Electronic supply chains within China is an interior problem, and that problem is of counterfeit goods off the black market. Some big named Chinese manufacturers excercise enough caution while dealing with such fake parts and that is the only thing that poses a considerable amount of threat to the Chinese ESC.

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China the next IOT hub
anandvy   8/12/2014 12:32:22 PM
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China is the new IOT hub and the supply chain SHOULD be booming there, to support the IOT framework that wants to thrive there. Also, Chinese manufacturers know that their goods are famous worldwide.

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Jacob   8/12/2014 2:42:26 AM
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"Then who has the biggest reserves now?

Rich, they had and still having

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Rich Krajewski   8/11/2014 6:05:12 AM
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"'Doesn't China have the largest proven reserves, or developed reserves, of rare earths?'

"Rich, they had."

 

Had, as in past perfect tense? Then who has the biggest reserves now?

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Jacob   8/11/2014 12:29:41 AM
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"As the Chinese government's report notes, there is a lack of talent in place to drive this industry, funding initiatives to spur IC sector growth has been lacking and a comprehensive national plan has not been in place.  This is not the easiest industry to develop and we will see how competitive China can be given intellectual property issues and other factors that could negatively impact China's plans."

Nicole, you are right about China. But at the same time, I think China can support Taiwan and Honk Kong; where silicon industries are strong and growing well.

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Jacob   8/11/2014 12:23:27 AM
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"Doesn't China have the largest proven reserves, or developed reserves, of rare earths?"

Rich, they had.

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The Source   8/8/2014 8:33:21 AM
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SP,

I'll simply say that I think China has known for some time that building an IC industry is a worthwhile endeavor, but obviously there have been problems with developing this sector.  It's not as easy as just saying that they have the infrastructure and are economically strong.  These factors have been in place for a while. As the Chinese government's report notes, there is a lack of talent in place to drive this industry, funding initiatives to spur IC sector growth has been lacking and a comprehensive national plan has not been in place.  This is not the easiest industry to develop and we will see how competitive China can be given intellectual property issues and other factors that could negatively impact China's plans.

Thanks for reading and responding to this article.

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Re: Don't they have
Rich Krajewski   8/8/2014 3:58:58 AM
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I found a video about chip production:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QZw1roB3FK4

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Rich Krajewski   8/8/2014 2:57:48 AM
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Doesn't China have the largest proven reserves, or developed reserves, of rare earths?

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Re: Don't they have
Jacob   8/8/2014 12:04:31 AM
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"Doesn't China have an advantage in terms of rare earths used to make some semiconductors?"

Rich, most of the Asian countries like China, India etc have a rich treasure of rare earth minerals. They are using it for making titanium, sponge iron etc for industrial purposes.

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