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US ban set to thwart Chinese DRAM entry

By Peter Clarke , Nov. 07, 2018 – 

In so doing the DoC is firing another salvo in the proxy trade war between the United States and China and supporting Micron Technology Inc., which has been locked in countervailing law suits with Jinhua and its technology supplier United Microelectronics Corp. (Hsinchu, Taiwan).

Fujian Jinhua, which is owned by the provincial government of Fujian in southeastern China, is nearing the completion of a DRAM wafer fab at an eventual cost of $5.3 billion fab that is being equipped to make DRAMs on 32nm process at a rate of 60,000 wafers per month.

"When a foreign company engages in activity contrary to our national security interests, we will take strong action to protect our national security," said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross, in a statement. He continued: "Placing Jinhua on the Entity List will limit its ability to threaten the supply chain for essential components in our military systems."

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