As tensions between the US and China escalate, companies in the US semiconductor industry are requesting modifications to the proposed regulations for granting grants and tax credits from the government. The suggested revisions aim to provide them more flexibility concerning their business dealings with China.
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US Chip Companies Requesting Revisions to Government Funding Guidelines Amid Tensions with China
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