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Intel Warns Chips Shortage to Worsen Following Ban on Imports

Intel has warned that the US may experience worsened Chips shortages if US bans imports of compounds. The company is trying to persuade the U.S. International Trade Commission to halt the ban of US imports of compounds as it will severely worsen the already perilous shortage of semiconductors.

DuPont’s Rohm & Haas unit makes manufactures semiconductor compounds in Taiwan and Japan. However, the Rohm & Haas are alleged that they infringe technology owned by Illinois-based CMC Materials Inc. Regarding the same, the International Trade Commission is about to give its decision but has halted its final say on the allegations until Dec. 16. There are no comments given by ITC on the one week delay.

Intel Warns Chips Shortage to Worsen Following Ban on ImportsRegarding concerns on the shortage, Intel the biggest Chips manufacturers in the world told the commission that the banning could conflict national security and hamper economic interests and also led to geopolitical tensions. Intel said that the semiconductors which are extremely crucial in any devices that have on/off switches. The company looks to halt ITC’s decision to ban imports of semiconductors.

Intel has warned that the US may experience worsened Chips shortages if US bans imports of compounds. The company is trying to persuade the U.S. International Trade Commission to halt the ban of US imports of compounds as it will severely worsen the already perilous shortage of semiconductors.

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