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Promoting Semiconductor “Friendshoring”: The Role of Indo-Pacific Allies and Partners in Supply Chain Resilience

June 27, 2023 • 3:00 – 4:15 pm EDT

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With the passing of the CHIPS Act in 2022, the global semiconductor industry is facing a historical restructuring with far-reaching implications for security and economic resilience. 

The CSIS Asia Program is pleased to introduce a joint research project with the CSIS Scholl Chair in International Business and the Wadhwani Center for AI and Advanced Technologies exploring semiconductor supply chains in the Indo-Pacific and cooperation with U.S. partners. Two new reports look at implementation of the CHIPS Act, the state of the semiconductor supply chain in the Indo-Pacific, and the potential role of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework in advancing a more resilient and secure eco-system.

Please join us for a discussion of key findings.

This event is made possible with support from Samsung.

Event Agenda


Welcoming Remarks

William Alan Reinsch 
Senior Adviser and Scholl Chair in International Business

Opening Remarks

Mark Lippert
Executive Vice President, Samsung
Senior Advisor (Non-resident), Korea Chair, CSIS

Fireside Chat

With Michael Schmidt

Director of the CHIPS Program Office, U.S. Department of Commerce 

Moderated by Christopher B. Johnstone

Panel Discussion

Featuring: 

 

Emily Benson
Director, Project on Trade and Technology, Scholl Chair, CSIS

 

Gregory C. Allen
Director, Wadhwani Center for AI and Advanced Technologies, CSIS

 

John Neuffer
President and CEO, Semiconductor Industry Association 

 

Moderated by: Christopher B. Johnstone 
Senior Advisor and Japan Chair, CSIS

Hosted By

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Emily Benson
Director, Project on Trade and Technology and Senior Fellow, Scholl Chair in International Business
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Victor Cha
Senior Vice President for Asia and Korea Chair