For so long, the United States dominated the microchip market. But a new player, the Chinese regime, is pushing for competition. How are they doing it? They do so by stealing trade secrets and throwing money at the issue. But there are still more components to consider. How does Taiwan play into this? What does the lucrative Chinese market provide that makes China a player in this game?
I am joined by Richard Bitzinger, a senior international security analyst, to discuss how the competition over microchips shapes the future of the United States and China.