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posted in February 2002
U.S. controls on fab gear in China face growing opposition
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2/15/2002   Post a comment
SAN JOSE -- Addressing what could a life or death matter for some U.S. semiconductor equipment suppliers, the SEMI trade group here will soon throw its weight behind a growing campaign to reform or remove U.S. export controls on chip-making technologies and tools in China.
SIA urges U.S. Senate to authorize 'trade-opening' accords
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2/6/2002   Post a comment
WASHINGTON--The Semiconductor Industry Association today urged the U.S. Senate to pass legislation granting the President of the United States with authority to negotiate new "trade-opening" agreements with other countries.

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