Two American politicians are championing a bill that will attempt to bring manufacturing of semiconductors back to the country, by upping the incentives to "stimulate advanced chip manufacturing, enable cutting-edge research and development, secure the supply chain and bring greater transparency to the microelectronics ecosystem, create American jobs, and ensure long-term national security".
US President Donald Trump has hinted that he may oppose new restrictions proposed on Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies, issuing a number of tweets to point out that the US should become an easy place for other countries to buy products.
Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies will unveil its own operating systems for both mobile devices and PCs by September, or at the latest by April next year, a report in a government-owned newspaper says.
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