Amid a ‘semiconductor cold war’ between US and China, India emerges as a key ally for Uncle Sam

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By Amit

Gina Raimondo US Secretary of Commerce (L) and Piyush Goyal India’s Minister of Commerce and Industry; image courtesy: Twitter.


India and the US recently signed an MoU on establishing the semiconductor supply chain and innovation. What does the US coming closer to India through multiple technological partnerships mean? How does China see the US-India bonhomie? An undeclared cold war between US-China on semiconductors has started to brew.

Rather than just tanks and missiles, global competition has become increasingly about chips and technology. This isn’t a defence or conflict resolution expert advising on what may happen in the future, this is what visiting commerce secretary of US Gina Raimondo said about the present. She made these comments last month at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.Raimondo was in India for the fifth India-US commercial dialogue in New

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