back to article Japan joins US, Netherlands in chipmaking tech export crackdown

Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry plans to enact export restrictions on 23 technologies used in the production of semiconductors. The move comes amid intense pressure by the US to cut off China's supply of chipmaking equipment, and follows a similar decision by the Dutch government earlier this month. "We are …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Perhaps the CCP hopes to barter Japanese businessmen held as spies for permission to import.

  2. VoiceOfTruth Silver badge


    Never forget what Japan did in China in WW2. China doesn't. I haven't either.

    1. veti Silver badge

      Re: Japan

      That's nothing. The Japanese still remember what the Yuan dynasty tried to do to them in the 13th century.

      And this is relevant to what, exactly?

      1. tooltalk

        Re: Japan

        Wasn't the Yuan dynasty a Mongolian? I guess the Yuan was Chinese in that they were completely conquered by Mongolians... Of course, Japan also tried to invade the Ming China, but couldn't get past the Korean navy.

    2. tooltalk

      Re: Japan

      Just wonder, do Chinese remember how the US liberated China from the Imperial Japan that would have raped them several times over? Or do they believe they fought back the manicing Japanese on their own (with Stalin's help)?

  3. very angry man

    I read here some time ago that the yanks had not refused any applications to export to China

  4. PhilipN Silver badge

    2023 : Trade Barriers

    Welcome (back) to the Middle Ages.

    1. Yet Another Anonymous coward Silver badge

      Re: 2023 : Trade Barriers

      UK votes to exit Hanseatic league.

      Says German Jute suppliers will beg us for better deal

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