GENEVA (Reuters) – The US decision to cut off a Chinese state-backed chipmaker from US suppliers amid allegations the firm stole intellectual property breaks World Trade Organization rules and aims to protect a US monopoly, China told a WTO meeting on Tuesday.
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The meeting took place with the world’s top two economies already locked in a trade dispute and tit-for-tat tariff war.
Last month the US Commerce Department put Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co Ltd on a list of entities that cannot buy components, software and technology goods from US firms.
US semiconductor company Micron Technology Inc, a maker of memory chips with factories in Virginia and Utah, has accused Jinhua and Taiwanese partner United Microelectronics Corp of stealing its chip designs in a lawsuit in California.