Can China Leapfrog ASML in Its Quest for Semiconductor Self-Reliance?
By Eve Register
China is looking to manufacture a homegrown EUV machine to compete with those of Dutch tech giant ASML – or cut such machines out of the process entirely.
China Boosts Semiconductor Subsidies as US Tightens Restrictions
By Arrian Ebrahimi
Further U.S. restrictions on investments in China have spurred Beijing to up the subsidy ante once again.
China Prioritizes 3 Strategic Technologies in Its Great Power Competition
By Namrata Goswami
Space, AI, and quantum computing and communication are China’s top technology priorities. How advanced are its capabilities in each?
China’s Trickle-Down Supply Chain: From Intelligent Electric Vehicles to Robots
By Shaoshan Liu
The IEV supply chain, including its talent pool, technologies, and manufacturing capabilities, will accelerate China’s economic transformation into the automation age.
Europe’s Response to China’s Quest for Technology
By Ivana Karásková, Veronika Blablová, and Filip Šebok
The CCP has been funding scientific research across Europe, even in regions often dismissed as unimportant for China’s science and technology ambitions.
What’s Driving China’s Chip Sector Crackdown?
By Dan Macklin
The recent investigations come amid rising geostrategic competition, a domestic political transition, and broader regulatory tightening.
Evaluating China’s ‘Space-Ground Integrated Information Network’ Project
By Kai Lin Tay
The high-tech mega-project is still in an early stage, but will have both economic and military implications.
The China Factor in Tech Export Controls Against Russia
By Sophie-Charlotte Fischer
Will tech export controls against Russia further strengthen Sino-Russian high-tech cooperation? At this point, it seems unlikely that Beijing will put its future on the line to back Putin.
China’s Digital Power: Impact on the EU
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Tim Rühlig.
With Tech-Driven Rebound, Asian Markets Turn Corner on Evergrande Crisis
By Dmytro Spilka
After a tumultuous third quarter, Asian markets appear to be embarking on recovery following fears of an Evergrande default.
Mapping China’s Place in the Global Semiconductor Industry
By John Lee and Jan-Peter Kleinhans
China’s national interests and supply chain security for the most “core” of technologies.
China’s Digital Silk Road Grows With 5G in the Middle East
By Sophie Zinser
Huawei and other Chinese firms continue to make rapid inroads among Gulf countries – despite the United States’ efforts.