US banning Huawei is equivalent to Declaration of War on China.If US declares war on China then China should not have any more reservation.
It needs to strike hard at US companies in China.
Apple, Intel, Google, Microsoft, Cisco, Micron...etc
Google, FB, Twitter, Instagram...are banned already.
HW is only a private company. You overstate everything, to disturbe the world with your narrow mind Need to ban US semiconductor firms like Intel, Broadcom, Micron, Nvidia, Texa instrument.
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Need to ban US semiconductor firms like Intel, Broadcom, Micron, Nvidia, Texa instrument.
US giant Intel is making plans to move its production line of 3D XPoint/Optane memory to China...
The chipmaker is considering moving the production of its 3D XPoint/Optane memory to its Fab 68 facility in Dalian, located in Liaoning province...:o emanreus Post time: 2019-5-23 08:25 static/image/common/back.gif
US giant Intel is making plans to move its production line of 3D XPoint/Optane memory to ...
So has Samsung at Xian and Hynix at Wuxi,
China Wuhan YMTC has NAND flash fab.
Intel, Samsung, Hynix want to dominate China market and won't allow YMTC to grow. "Declaration of War" is too heavy a phrase.
The real damage of this trade war is possibly reduced collaboration between the US and China. Hopefully this doesn't increase suspicion to the extent of real war taking place.
Regardless of whether US admits it or not, it has delved too long in racial supremacy, hence it is left to China to neutralise this tendency so that a genuine multilateral world can come about. US tries to replace Huawei, Huawei tries to find alternatives to replace Google, the competition will be unhealthy.
But who will then make things fair for all? Usually no one.
However China is well positioned to champion a cause that leads to a level playing field for everyone. Protectionism is definitely bad and China ought to have enough history of this. If China can't learn this from its past, then Chinese businesses should look elsewhere outside China. There is no such thing as whether China is ready or not. No one is forever ready. There will be slack moments. Thus the fear of not being ready should not be addressed by closure or protectionism. Rather it should be about finding the right ways to compete and win. Through its people, work ethics, products, China needs to speak to the world, calling for an equitable world.
Usually this cause will see China being the lonely one initially calling for an equitable world. But this sort of courage and wisdom will eventually win more friends eventually winning over the US as well. So hopefully China will exercise its wisdom and lead the world to a more equitable one rather than the current one that's solely dominated by one race.
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