makers

Chinese chip makers struggle to take advantage of U.S. export controls at home

Chinese chip makers struggle to take advantage of U.S. export controls at home

As U.S. export controls bite, Chinese makers of equipment needed to make semiconductors stand to benefit from a rush of domestic orders, though executives and analysts warn that boost could be short duration. Since Washington introduced sweeping restrictions on Oct. 7 to limit the ability of Chinese companies to obtain or manufacture advanced computer chips, …

Chinese chip makers struggle to take advantage of U.S. export controls at home Read More »

The United States is a declining economic superpower.  When will decision makers realize this?

The United States is a declining economic superpower. When will decision makers realize this?

The United States is a declining economic hegemon. But far too few Americans, including politicians, realize this. The potential new and very big kid on the block is, in all but extreme scenarios, China and, after China, India. By 2100, the United States will be in third place, when ranked by GDP, producing only 12% …

The United States is a declining economic superpower. When will decision makers realize this? Read More »