back to article Chinese chip shop looks hot to trot as Tsinghua drops $30bn on factory

China’s flash-fancying Tsinghua Unigroup is going to build a $30bn-plus flash fab. This comes just two-and-a-half weeks after we learned that China's Yangtze River Storage Technology (YMTC) has started building a $24bn 3D NAND flash plant in Wuhan. As Tsinghua Unigroup owns 51.04 per cent of YMTC, its flash enthusiasm is …

  1. P0l0nium

    Where is the WTO when you need them ??

    How long before Uncle Sam (or Uncle Donald) realises that "someone" is diffusing wafers below cost and imposes tariffs on all products containing Chinese memory ??

    And then they can go after anyone else getting their expensive R&D done in state funded "universities" :-)

    1. JeffyPoooh Silver badge

      Re: Where is the WTO when you need them ??

      Things in China are cheaper because things in China are cheaper. It's cheaper all the way down. The UK is exactly the same, except the opposite.

      If they're 'dumping' everything, then you've defined 'dumping' incorrectly.

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