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Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp is a company mainly engaged in manufacturing and sales of wafers. The Company operates two segments. The sales of wafers segment produces and sells wafers which are applied in a range of products, including power management integrated circuit (PMIC), battery management integrated circuit (BMIC), microprocessor (MCU), CMOS Image Sensors (CIS), RF and wireless connectivity, touch controller integrated circuit (TCIC) and other products. The Mask Making, Testing and Other segment manufactures semiconductor masks and provides wafer testing services. The Company sells its products to both domestic and international markets, including the United States, Europe and Asia.
18 Zhang Jiang Road, Pudong Area
Executive Chairman of the Board
Mong Song Liang
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Co-Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President - Strategic Planning, Executive Director, Joint Company Secretary
Executive Vice President - Technology Research and Development
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China passed a law restricting exports of controlled items, allowing the government to act against countries that abuse export controls in a way that harm's China's interests, state media said.
Chinese chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation has undertaken "preliminary exchanges" with the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security regarding export restrictions, the company said on Sunday in a filing.
Chinese chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation has undertaken "preliminary exchanges" with the U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security regarding export restrictions, the company said on Sunday in a filing. (Reporting by Josh Horwitz; Editing by Toby...
China shares closed lower on Wednesday as losses in real estate and materials stocks outweighed optimism from upbeat factory activity surveys, with the markets recording their worst monthly loss since May 2019.
Hong Kong-listed shares of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp fell more than 7% on Monday after the United States imposed restrictions on exports to China's biggest chip maker, citing a risk of military use.
Hong Kong shares of Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation SMIC fell more than 7% on Monday after the United States imposed restrictions on exports to China's biggest chip maker, citing a risk of military use.
* Restrictions mark U.S. policy shift from earlier this year (Adds outside comment)
The United States government has imposed restrictions on exports to China's biggest silicon chip maker after concluding there is an "unacceptable risk" that equipment supplied to it could be used for military purposes.
Companies that supply the chip sector with sophisticated and expensive equipment plan to warn the Trump administration against a proposal to blacklist China's top chipmaker, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp, arguing it would be "detrimental" to U.S. industry.
Companies that supply the chip sector with sophisticated and expensive equipment plan to warn the Trump administration against a proposal to blacklist China's top chipmaker Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation, arguing it would be "detrimental" to U.S. industry...
Proposed U.S. export curbs on SMIC threaten to derail China's nascent but growing domestic semiconductor supply chain, and also hit American and Japanese companies who count the Chinese chipmaker as an important customer.
* SMIC "could go under" in few years if ban implemented - analyst (Adds foreign ministry comment in paragraphs 10-11, updates shares)
* Consumer, health care firms lead losses following large gains this year
* SMIC "could go under" in few years if ban implemented - analyst
* SMIC shares slump after report of possible U.S. blacklisting
The yuan edged up against the dollar on Monday helped by strong exports and firmer-than-expected central bank guidance that countered worries about a possible U.S. ban on China's Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC). China's exports rose for the third consecutive...
Shares of Hong Kong-listed Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp (SMIC) fell as much as 15.2% to HK$20.02, the lowest since June 16, after a U.S. official said it was considering adding the Chinese firm to a trade blacklist.
The Trump administration is considering whether to add China's top chipmaker SMIC to a trade blacklist, a Defense Department official said on Friday, as the United States escalates its crackdown on Chinese companies.
The Trump administration is considering whether to add China's top chipmaker SMIC to a trade blacklist, a Defense Department official said, as the United States escalates its crackdown on Chinese companies. A Pentagon spokeswoman said the Department of Defense is working...
The founder of China's largest chipmaker SMIC said on Tuesday he was "optimistic" China could catch up with the United States in the next generation of semiconductors but that U.S. efforts to contain its technology sector could not be taken "lightly".
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