[Global Times reporter Zhang Jing Qingmu Wang Huang] The US government requires semiconductor multinational enterprises to submit critical data from November 8 to "ensure the transparency of the semiconductor market". On the day of the deadline, South Korea semiconductor companies such as Samsung and SK submit relevant information to the US, but emphasized that the "key client secret" was not handed over. Previously, the world's largest semiconductor generatic business station also made a similar statement. Reuters reported that the US Department of Commerce provides data "self-confidence" on chip companies, but there are international analysts, many chippers do not meet US requirements.
Samsung SK retains "confidential document"
According to the 9th report, Samsung Electronics and SK, Samsung Electronics and SK have not included customer information, inventory, sales, etc. Enterprise sensitive information. South Korea's "Asian Economics" report said that the US government asked information to be submitted by transnational semiconductor companies including inventory, orders, sales, customer supply status, etc. Total 26 content. Samsung Electronics remove customer information, inventory and other enterprises, and labeled all submission materials as "confidential documents" that cannot be publicly disclosed. SK Hercules also labeled some of the information as "confidential documents", inventory information is only provided by car, computer, mobile phone classification, unapproved product conditions.
Korean media said that the United States is strong to curb the rise of China's semiconductor enterprises, and the position of the Korean semiconductor industry is not allowed to provide customer commercial confidence. Previously, the world's largest semiconductor foundry enterprises have been submitted to the United States "information other than sensitive information." Due to the continuous change of global semiconductor supply chains, the United States contains China's movement, and the future, South Korea will be subject to the United States. Made greater pressure. In this regard, the Korean government is scheduled to hold a ministerial talks with the United States on the 9th to discuss relevant issues.
American threat to use mandatory measures
US Commerce Minister Gina & Middot; Raymondon said on the 8th, she believes that other companies in the semiconductor chip manufacturer and the supply chain are voluntarily submitted to their respective chip data before the final deadline during the day. Raymondo said in an interview with Reuters. In the past two weeks, she has already called all the CEOs in the supply chain, including Samsung, TSM, SK Husi, etc., "So far, the above company The management has adopted a cooperation attitude and indicates the data we requested. "
In September this year, the US Department of Commerce requested that enterprises such as automakers, chip companies and other enterprises to submit part of the key data to enhance the industrial supply chain transparency, and set the final deadline for the latter to respond to the latter on November 8. Raymondo has warned that "can use mandatory measures" to get data.
"The chip merchant is impossible to hand over all data as in the US Department of Commerce." The US National Public Radio Station invokes the analyst of the International Advisory Agency Eurasian Group, saying that some companies can't hand over their customers. Sensitive data, most of which are strictly kept as proprietary information.
Reuters said that the White House and Raymondo have urged the Congress to approval $ 52 billion before the end of this year to enhance the US chip manufacturing. Due to the shortage of chip, this year, General, Toyota and Renault, etc., and other companies including Apple have also been impacted.
Europe is worried as a lost home
On the occasion of the United States with global chip data, Europe is dominant in considering united America's shake Asia. The German "Business Daily" reported that the Asian chip manufacturer said that it will give data to the United States, while European chip operators maintain low-key. However, according to Reuters, the European chip merchants, including German Yingfeiling, will promise to give data to the US government. The report believes that European chip operators who depend on the US technology are afraid of the "high price punishment" of the United States. At the same time, some European governments take into account the weakness of the chip industry, tend to cooperate with the United States to fight against Asian chips. At the end of September this year, the United States and the European Union agreed to deepen the enhancement of cross-Qatalios cooperation between semiconductor supply chains.
The German Electronics Industry Association (ZVEI) data shows that last year's global semiconductor market has reached nearly 450 billion US dollars, including more than 30% of the income from the Chinese market, the United States and Europe each account for 20%. Moral media said that some European companies are worried that the United States lessic chip data may trigger a US chip dispatch. European companies must make choices, eventually become lost. China's sales accounts for 30% of the global share of Yingfine. US measures will only promote the autonomous development of the Chinese chip industry in the long run.