Japan, U.S. team up for semiconductors cooperation to lessen dependence from China

Japan, U.S. team up for semiconductors cooperation to lessen dependence from China

JAPAN and the United States are set to discuss a bilateral partnership on semiconductors and marine products.

Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida will discuss the matter with the U.S. President Joe Biden when they meet for a bilateral summit meeting on April 10 in Washington.

Both sides want to establish common criteria for subsidies and target strategic goods such as semiconductors, storage batteries, and permanent magnets.

This is not the first time Japan and the United States have discussed a partnership in the semiconductor industry.

Semiconductors are a critical component in building electronic chips made for computing components and a variety of electronic devices such as laptops and phones.

With the advent of technology, the digital economy has been fully dependent on the semiconductor industry to build electronics used in our day-to-day lives.

The semiconductor industry has been growing at a rapid pace amid rising global demand.

Japan and china are among the world’s top manufacturing countries, with the united states trailing slightly behind.

The U.S. wants to take advantage of this partnership with Japan in an aim to lessen China” s global influence in the electronic chips sector. However, there’s no guarantee yet that this proposed partnership will turn out to be successful.

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