South Korea will facilitate quality control for the manufacturers ciovanni Saveliev | 22.07.2019
Amid the intensifying of a new trade war between South Korea and Japan, companies such as Samsung Electronics will allow suppliers to use their equipment for testing,
to counteract the Japanese restrictions on export.
Once in early July, Japan said it will tighten restrictions on exports to South Korea high-tech materials used in the chips and displays for smartphones, Korean
the government promised to bring to its producers domestic suppliers. However, the issue of quality also needs to be solved somehow.
Usually, companies like Samsung and SK Hynix are not particularly interested in providing their equipment, but in this emergency officials managed to convince them to meet and sign
agreement. As previously reported, the conflict has already brought a number of negative consequences.
Before that time, the firm possessed material or equipment for the production of chips for testing, she appealed to a Belgian research Institute of semiconductors (IMEC). It
very expensive and takes about nine months, before the product can be released to the market.
Such a plan is part of a short term policy on the fight against the Japanese restrictions on export. However, for companies to decide to use the services of local manufacturers or
It is expected that the details support the semiconductor industry in the country will open at the end of this month. The ruling party said that it would include up to $ 255 million in a supplemental budget
aims to support the mass production of products which are usually imported from Japan, especially in the sector of production of chips.
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