China’s semiconductor talent shortage poses biggest obstacle to Beijing’s chip self-sufficiency ambitions, SMIC founder says

//China’s semiconductor talent shortage poses biggest obstacle to Beijing’s chip self-sufficiency ambitions, SMIC founder says

China’s semiconductor talent shortage poses biggest obstacle to Beijing’s chip self-sufficiency ambitions, SMIC founder says

China’s biggest obstacle to achieving self-sufficiency in semiconductors is a chronic shortage of talent in the industry, not the lack of funding, according to the founding father of the country’s chip manufacturing sector.Richard Chang Rugin, founder and former chief executive of chip foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC), said in a conference in Shanghai on Thursday that “capital and policy support is not the problem” in the world’s second-largest economy, which is…

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