Tuesday 28 November 2023
Europe relies on lithium battery imports; auto part export surplus may reverse
Industry sources indicated that Europe's heavy dependence on imported lithium batteries could lead to a reversal of the current surplus in car component exports.
Monday 27 November 2023
India gains EU support in strengthening chip supply chain alongside US and Japan backing
As India strives to establish its burgeoning semiconductor supply chain, it has secured backing from the European Union, adding to the support already received from the United States...
Friday 10 November 2023
EU carbon border adjustment transition period: no disruption in Taiwan-EU trade
The European Union's Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) initiated a two-year transition phase in October 2023, directly impacting the export of metal fasteners and the steel...
Friday 20 October 2023
China's subsidy strategy has caused countries to reconsider their approach
While China's "undefeated" industrial development model based on government subsidies has led to trade wars in the past, it has also made China very resilient. In recent years, amid...
Friday 20 October 2023
Liquid cooling sees increased demand from servers; Europe has higher demand than US
AI server solutions provider AMAX has seen demand for liquid cooling among server customers continue to increase, especially for cold plate cooling solutions, while that for immersion...
Thursday 19 October 2023
Auto industry's green shift: batteries and eco-materials key to sustainability
Energy conservation and carbon reduction have become universally recognized goals across major industries. Within this context, new energy vehicles, electric cars, and low-emission...
Thursday 5 October 2023
European Commission recommends risk assessment on advanced semiconductor and AI before the end of 2023
Following the publication of a Joint Communication on a European Economic Security Strategy by the European Commission in June, calling for the bloc to thoroughly assess economy risks...
Thursday 5 October 2023
EU begins anti-subsidy probe into made-in-China BEVs
The EU formally launched an anti-subsidy investigation into the imports of battery electric vehicles (BEV) from China, as BEV exports from China saw a surge in recent years when China-based...
Wednesday 4 October 2023
EU to issue key tech list amid concerns over wider state aid use
Some European Union officials and diplomats worry that a new list of critical technologies being unveiled Tuesday could be used as a back door to widen the scope of state aid policies...
Tuesday 3 October 2023
IC design houses keen on edge computing amid Nvidia dominance in cloud AI chip market
Nvidia may be clearly the leader in the AI chip market, but most IC design houses do not intend to challenge its dominance. Instead they are focusing their efforts on edge computing,...
Wednesday 27 September 2023
EU's energy transition will be a bumpy road
The European Union is actively reviewing its reliance on other countries for energy supplies. It has paid a hefty price to stop using Russia's gas. However, it also depends on lithium...
Tuesday 26 September 2023
China urges EU to show restraint in EV probe and to use caution
China's Vice Premier He Lifeng expressed "strong concern and dissatisfaction" on Monday to the European Union's chief trade negotiator Valdis Dombrovskis over the bloc's anti-subsidy...
Thursday 7 September 2023
ASE subsidiary USI sees Poland as first step of EMEA strategy
The 2023 EU-Taiwan Investment Partnership Forum on Semiconductor Clusters, taking place on Sep. 7 on the sidelines of SEMICON Taiwan, saw new dynamics injected following the passage...
Wednesday 9 August 2023
TSMC unveils plan for JV foundry in Dresden
TSMC has announced that it will invest alongside Robert Bosch, Infineon Technologies, and NXP Semiconductors in European Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (ESMC) in Dresden, Germany...
Wednesday 19 July 2023
US and Europe take different approaches when addressing China's compound semiconductor strategy
China has always hoped that, through compound semiconductors like silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN), it can leapfrog Europe, the US, Japan, and Korea and break their...
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