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against the US government’s trade bullying moves, said Zhang J
ianping, a researcher at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Coope?亚博体育注册419论坛女神会所
ration of the Ministry of Commerce. Zhang spoke at a recent seminar in Beijing.
?亚博体育注册419论坛Jiang Yuechun, director of the World Economic and Development D
epartment of the China Institute of International Studies, said China “has cards in its han
ds” in both hardware and software areas, but it has been weighing their timing and necessity.?亚博体育注册419论坛
Jia Xiudong, a research fellow at the China Institute of International Studies, said despi
te headwinds, China can achieve high-quality development, and the fundamentals of the country’s eco
nomy are strong. “In the future, the resilience of the economy will be further released,” he said.?亚博体育注册419论坛女神会所
In response to the capricious US administration, China will maintain strategic strength, Jia said. The country will
?亚博体育注册419论坛make enhanced efforts to boost scientific and technological innovation no matter how the situation changes, he said.
Huawei Technologies Co said Friday that it would consider using RISC-V, an open-source chip architecture, if the US gove
rnment continues restricting its access to the latest technologies from the UK firm ARM Holdings for a long time.
Xu Zhijun, rotating chairman of Huawei, said in an interview in Shenzhen, Guangdong?亚博体育注册419论坛女神会所
province, that the company has already obtained the perpetual license to ARM’s V8 architecture technol
ogy, so the US government ban does not affect its current launch schedule of chips.
?亚博体育注册419论坛”If ARM’s new technologies are not available in the future, we can a
lso use RISC-V, an architecture which is?open to all companies. The challenge is not insurm
ountable,” Xu said.Huawei uses ARM’s architecture to design many of its chips for smartphones, servers and other applic
ations. But Washington banning Huawei from accessing any technologies originating in the US without special gove?亚博体育注册419论坛女神会所
rnment approval has restricted its ability to use ARM’s technologies. Though ARM is based in
the UK, some of its crucial technologies are developed in the US and it has to comply with the US ban.