China Select Committee Seeks Testimony From 3 Chipmakers
The House Select Committee on China has sent letters to the chief executives of U.S. chipmakers Intel, Nvidia and Micron Technology asking them to testify before the panel about the challenges their industry faces, a person close to the committee said Jan. 12, confirming a Financial Times report. A hearing date has not yet been determined, the person said.
Chipmakers and semiconductor trade groups have complained about the complexity of new U.S. export controls aimed at restricting China’s ability to obtain advanced computing chips (see 2302020034), and Micron has complained about China’s recent sales restrictions on its products (see 2307070050). The U.S. issued updated China-related chip export controls in October (see 2310170055).