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China Cries ‘Uncle’ in Computer Chip War With America — Or Does it?

China’s pronouncement of subsidy cuts for computer chip makers sounds more like posturing than economic stewardship.

A sign marks the entrance of the Micron Technology automotive chip manufacturing plant at Manassas, Virginia.

A sign marks the entrance of the Micron Technology automotive chip manufacturing plant at Manassas, Virginia. AP/Steve Helber

SHARON KEHNEMUIIMAGE

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SHARON KEHNEMUI

Ms. Kehnemui is a 12-year veteran of FoxNews.com, where she was a reporter and then senior politics editor. She subsequently worked as managing director of digital communications at American Enterprise Institute.

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