YMTC Threat Continues to Grow; American Companies May Be Breaking U.S. Law

The Financial Times reports that the U.S. government is examining whether YMTC, a Chinese state-owned semiconductor manufacturer with deep ties to the Chinese military, is supplying Chinese telecom giant Huawei with chips for its 20e phone. If true, that relationship poses enormous legal risk for American companies currently doing or hoping to do business with YMTC, including Apple. For more, visit China’s Army to infiltrate iPhones with YMTC Chips.To recap: Huawei is currently subject to U.S. export controls over concerns its technologies will be used to surreptitiously collect user data and feed it back to the Chinese government. If YMTC is in fact found to be supplying Huawei with chips made with help from American tech firms like Lam… Read More