What can the U.S. do to convince its allies in Japan, Taiwan and South Korea to ban the selling of its chip making equipment to China?
In a briefing with reporters on Thursday previewing the rules, senior
government officials said many of the rules sought to prevent foreign
firms from selling advanced chips to China or supplying Chinese firms
with tools to make their own advanced chips. They conceded, however,
that they have not yet secured any promises that allied nations will
implement similar measures and that discussions with those nations are
What can the U.S. do to convince its allies in Japan, Taiwan and South Korea to ban the selling of its chip making equipment to China? Is there any similar action taken by the United States in the past? I am thinking they would have to give them a large financial subsidy to make them recoup the tremendous loss in business they get from China. I just don't think this makes any sense whatsoever for a country like South Korea since most of their manufacturing is deeply embedded with China and they can't source their products from elsewhere without incurring tremendous losses.