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  • 2022 Nov 29

    Global Semiconductor Supply Resiliency and US National Interests

    12:00pm to 1:15pm

    Location: 

    Malkin Penthouse, Littauer Building, 4th Floor, Harvard Kennedy School

    This past August, historic semiconductor legislation was enacted to strengthen US chip manufacturing. Chip manufacturing has been called out as an area of economic and national security risk for the US—as the US has limited manufacturing power and control over one of the global tech economy’s most vital components. The $52 billion CHIPS and Science Act is intended to counter this risk by funding massive new semiconductor fabrication plants across the US capable of producing the fastest chips.

    Can America lead again in this crucial tech area? How far behind is China? Can Europe...

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