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Semiconductors in the Era of U.S.-China Tensions

April 19, 2023

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

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Griswold Hall; 110 Classroom

Event Time: 11:30am-12:30pm

Join us for an insightful and engaging discussion on “Semiconductors in the Era of US-China Tensions” featuring Professor Chris Miller, the author of the acclaimed book “Chip Wars,” and Derrick Zhao, a prominent Partner at Fangda Partners. In this event, our esteemed panelists will delve into the critical role of semiconductors amidst the escalating tensions between the United States and China. As the global competition for technological supremacy intensifies, the semiconductor industry has become a focal point in the US-China rivalry. The event will explore the current landscape of the semiconductor sector, including the impact of trade restrictions, investment barriers, and supply chain vulnerabilities.

Our experts will discuss the strategies employed by both countries to gain an edge in this crucial industry and the implications of these actions on global trade and technology development. Professor Chris Miller will provide valuable insights from his research and the findings in his book “Chip Wars,” which examines the geopolitical struggle surrounding the semiconductor industry. Derrick Zhao, with his extensive experience in cross-border transactions and advising on technology-related legal matters, will offer perspectives on the challenges and opportunities faced by companies operating in this complex environment.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from leading experts about the future of the semiconductor industry in the context of US-China tensions. The event promises to be an enlightening and thought-provoking experience for anyone interested in the intersection of technology, geopolitics, and global trade.

Please register, and, if you can’t make it in person, feel free to watch the panel discussion virtually from the zoom link below:

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