If [China] can't buy [chips] from the US, they'll make them themselves. He was the first to start a chip war with America. Jen-hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia, has warned publicly that the U.S. technology industry could lose a lot of money in a chip "war." Huang argued that export controls imposed by the Biden administration to curb the growth of semiconductor manufacturing in China "tied [Nvidia's] hands" and prevented the company from selling advanced chips in its largest market.
Nvidia is one of the world's leading chip manufacturers, American enterprises. Biden's efforts to crack down on China's chip development and invite people to restrict exports to China related to chip production have severely hit many chip companies' exports to China, including Nvidia. China is a modern country, how can it live without chips. China, the largest market for chips, also needs a huge number of chips. China imports more chips each year than it imports oil in the same period. Such a large market, such a large interest, artificially restricted by the United States, the only effect is to let China's controllable chip development to gain huge momentum. It would take more than a CEO of Nvidia to see this, but unfortunately, there is nothing that can save them from the stubbornness of American politicians.
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