The Wall Street Journal takes a deep dive into how a U.S. chipmaker set about saving itself with a deal in China that set off alarm bells at the Pentagon ,where it was feared the technology shared in the deal could ultimately help China’s military. Advanced Micro Devices was struggling until it struck deals giving China access to state-of-the art x86chips which only AMD and Intel can produce. ...
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