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Why US sanctions on ZTE might turn out to be the best thing for China’s microchip ambitions
By Craig Addison
May 1, 2018

Case study from 18 years ago may provide lessons for Chinese telecoms company that has been denied access to US technology.


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Craig Addison, a news editor at the South China Morning Post, has been covering Asia technology since 1992.
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