On Tuesday of the Eastern Time, the US chip bill was approved in the Senate's procedural voting session, laying a foundation for the Senate in the next few days. The bill aims to strengthen US semiconductor manufacturing capabilities while strengthening the competitiveness of the United States in high -tech fields.
The U.S. Senate was originally scheduled to conduct procedural votes on the chip bill on Monday night in the Eastern Time.
Senate's leader of the major party, New York State Democratic Senator, Chake & Middot; Shu Mo said that he hoped that parliamentarians would continue to complete the bill as soon as possible as soon as possible.
Schu Mo said that through this bill, we will regain the spirit of innovation, invention and optimism, and senators should soon vote for the passage of the bill.
The bill called "Chips-Plus" includes providing more than 52 billion US dollars (about 351.6 billion yuan) funding and other incentive measures to the semiconductor industry, and provides 25%tax to those companies in the United States. For free, the bill will also provide funds to stimulate the innovation and development of other technologies in the United States.
If the bill was passed in the Senate as scheduled, the House of Representatives would then start to vote on the bill. The supporters of the bill hoped that Congress would pass this bill as soon as possible, and rushed to the President Biden to sign the President Biden before the August Congress.
These supporters said that in a world where it is increasingly dependent on technology, this bill is essential for the economic and national security interests of the United States. They also believe that the bill helps offset the impact of global chip shortages caused by the new crown epidemic and make the United States a more favorable position in terms of technology.
President Biden was also urging, and he urged Congress to take action quickly and submit a chip bill to him. On Monday afternoon, Biden held a round table in an online manner. He said: "The United States has invented semiconductors and is now taking it home." Biden pointed out that this bill will improve the competitiveness and technological advantages of the United States Essence
During the talks with Biden on Monday, the national security adviser Jack & Middot; Shatin warned that we are now facing huge national security risks because the new crown epidemic has exacerbated the fragility of the supply chain.
Shalvin said that the continuous dependence of the United States for overseas semiconductor manufacturers is completely dangerous. Our chip supply interruption will be catastrophic. The longer we wait, the more dangerous for us.