Will take 18 months
Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to spend the next 18 months avoiding the impact of US/China tariffs by moving a third of its production out of China.
Even if they do not have to follow American law
Japan’s Tokyo Electron, the world’s third-biggest semiconductor manufacturing equipment, will not supply to Chinese clients blacklisted by Washington.
Do not shift your supply chains out of China
China has formally warned big US tech companies of “dire consequences” if they shift their supply chains out of the country as part of Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump’s trade war.
Rare earths – no US electronics without it
As Donald (Prince of Orange) attempts to win his trade war with China by opening a new front against Mexico, he has forgotten that the Middle Kingdom has a trump card it can play.
Promises to Trump appear to be slipping
After promising Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump that it would create shedloads of US jobs, Foxconn has shipped 155 US jobs to Mexico.
Bans on Huawei lifted
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has backed down on its anti-Chinese curbs.
It doesn’t matter, America apparently invents everything these days
Chinese boffins have had a gutsful of US anti-Chinese sentiment at the IEEE and have pulled out of the organisation.
Worried about security
Beijing has decided to develop a custom operating system that will replace the Windows OS on computers used by the Chinese military.
Says it will protest against a China ban
While the fruity cargo cult Apple is worried that it could be banned from selling its expensive goods in China, it has found an unexpected ally in Huawei.