As more governments realized the strategic importance of semiconductor industry, they started to introduce various incentives to keep more manufacturing within borders. How would this trend of reshoring affect the deeply globalized semiconductor industry? Is U.S. semiconductor industry decoupling from the global value chain? JW Insights invited Jimmy Goodrich from Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) to answer these important questions. Jimmy Goodrich is Vice President of Global Policy at SIA, and a member of the Executive Committee for Beijing-based United States Information Technology Office (USITO).
ijiwei Talk EP38: What role does government play in semiconductor reshoring?
- ijiwei Talk EP42: Why countries seek to on-shore semiconductor value chain?
- ijiwei Talk EP41: “Chip Nationalism” vs. “Exploiting Choke Point”
- ijiwei Talk EP40: How could Chinese companies defend themselves abroad?
- ijiwei Talk EP39: VLSI vs. Intel has a global impact
- Semicon held in Shanghai March 17-19
- ijiwei Talk EP37: Why did SIA publish a report on government incentives and U.S. Competitiveness?