February 9, 2022 From Perspectives on Innovation As lawmakers race to augment U.S. self-reliance in semiconductor manufacturing, there is a need to better understand the characteristics and impacts of tax credits versus direct subsides as alternative or complimentary mechanisms to support the renewal of the nation’s...
February 9, 2022 From Strategic Technologies Blog Disrupted supply chains, extreme weather events and geopolitical tensions have exposed the fragile networks underpinning the semiconductor industry. This blog post explores how these factors affect industrial policies on semiconductors.
Like many other western countries, Finland is facing the challenge of an increasing elderly population. Combined with a global trend of urbanization, many smaller municipalities in sparsely populated areas of Finland have found it challenging to...
February 3, 2022 From The Latest on Southeast Asia The Omicron variant has begun to spread in Southeast Asia’s largest countries, just as many governments were preparing to consider the virus “endemic” and adjust policy responses accordingly.
February 3, 2022
| Hannah Price From New Perspectives on Asia In recent years, it has seemed like Groundhog Day for sports in China – time and time again, international sports leagues expand into China only to become entangled in China’s political affairs and face consequences.
Semiconductors, or “chips,” the silicon-based computational building blocks for everything from at-home dishwashers to hypersonic guided missiles, have garnered significant attention from lawmakers as a technology warranting significant domestic manufacture.
January 24, 2022 From Trustee China Hand It’s been over two years since the launching of China's version of NASDAQ, the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s Science and Technology Innovation Board, known as the STAR market.
Fifteen months after Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen and Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi put pen to paper in Phnom Penh, agreeing to the Cambodia-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA), the pact finally took effect on January 1, 2022.