The US Chip Act has laid a "hidden danger", and the British high-level voices: The chip wars in the United States and Europe are not mixed!

  After the introduction of the American Chip Act, many countries around the world began to rush to invest huge sums of money to attract foreign chip companies to invest in the country. Such as the European Union, India, Japan semiconductor and many other places. Among them, the European Union is a relatively tight one, and it has invested more in chip subsidies, reaching 43 billion euros.

  Obviously, American semiconductors are pushing a new chip subsidy competition.

  However, their practice has already laid a "hidden danger". Not long ago, the chip consultant who promoted and manipulated the American chip bill decided to resign after serving the United States for two years. Although he did not publicly determine the factors of leaving the company. However, judging from the past attitude, the problem still appears in the US Chip Act.

  It said: Now many countries have introduced similar chip subsidies, and they all want to pull international manufacturers to their own regions. As a result, the possibility of overlapping supply chains is too great. Not only that, the highly subsidized mode of competition actually started a new "chip war".

  In this chip war, the American chip bill has laid a hidden danger. The first is that their local chip talents are quite short, and the second is to set up some fences for the huge mainland market. The third high chip subsidy is easy to fall into a vicious competition cycle. To put it simply, if you invest more, I will subsidize more than you, and then continue to attract foreign capital to set up factories in China.

  Frankly speaking, his remarks are quite realistic. Let's take chip subsidies that attract each other to build factories. Their overlap is really high. For example, Samsung, Intel and TSMC are the main invitees of major chip subsidies, and they attach great importance to subsidies.

  Take TSMC as an example, Japanese semiconductors have given it a big subsidy, and they have already planned to set up the second phase of the factory. However, the semiconductor chip factory in the United States is still being postponed. If we continue like this, we will all go to high chip subsidies, so American semiconductors are likely to waste money in the end. It is no wonder that all the chip consultants who operate first-hand have chosen to leave their jobs, and most of them have no hope in the US chip bill.

  But at this time, there is a country more sober than this chip consultant, that is, Britain. Their executives publicly announced that they did not intend to get involved in the chip subsidy chip war caused by many countries such as the United States and Europe.

  Some people think that Britain doesn't want to get involved, but because they don't have this capital. After all, the United States took out $52 billion, the European Union took out  43 billion and even India took out $10 billion. But Britain only spent 1 billion pounds. It is such a humble chip subsidy that many British companies are ready to apply for chip subsidies in the United States and start to set up factories in the United States. It can be seen that Britain does not have much capital to carry out this game of burning money.

  However, personally, although they can't come up with so much money, they are greatly behind the United States and Europe in chip strategy. But they are sober, that is, they know that the chip bill introduced by the United States is to start a chip war. It's like buying things in a supermarket, and each discount is harder than the other, which finally leads to the whole field entering a vicious circle. Britain is the most sober of so many countries, because once they choose to join, they need to spend more money that may be ineffective in the end. Finally, maybe I helped the United States, Europe and Japan to make wedding dresses.

  Even so, it may be difficult for Britain to escape the situation that they have messed up the global semiconductor supply chain, because the global chip supply is a whole. Unless Britain can make use of its unique advantages and become an indispensable role in the global chip supply, only in this way can they stay in the "chip war" situation.

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