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China urges Japan to end chip regulations due to violation of trade rules

China's Ministry of Commerce urges Japan to lift chip regulations.

Upset over Japan's export regulations; Image: Bloomberg

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce has urged Japan to lift its export regulations on semiconductor equipment, as Minister Wang Wentao believes they violate international trade rules. In an official statement by the ministry, it emphasized that the Chinese government considers these measures to be flawed.


In January, Japan and the Netherlands joined the United States in implementing export regulations on specific semiconductor manufacturing tools to China. Although the specific export regulations were not explicitly mentioned in the statement, China emphasized its commitment to fulfilling obligations and its efforts to safeguard international stability.


Last year, the United States imposed restrictions to prevent China from developing supercomputers that could potentially support nuclear weapons and artificial intelligence.


The Minister of Commerce highlighted in the statement that China remains willing to cooperate with Japan in key industrial and trade sectors.

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