October 19, 2023

Biden Turns a Few More Screws on China’s Chip Industry

Source: Foreign Policy

Journalist: Rishi Iyengar

“I don’t think that they shift the landscape as significantly” as last year’s, said Emily Kilcrease, director of the energy, economics, and security program at the Center for a New American Security. “Those rules really were kind of a fundamental shift in policy, which the administration seems to have backed off of a little, at least in terms of rhetoric,” she added.

The U.S. semiconductor players likely to be most impacted by the new controls don’t appear to be pressing the panic button, at least publicly.

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  • Emily Kilcrease

    Senior Fellow and Director, Energy, Economics and Security Program

    Emily Kilcrease is a Senior Fellow and Director of the Energy, Economics, and Security Program at CNAS. Her research focuses on the U.S.-China economic relationship; alignment...