WSJ: Why Chips Act Signals Return to ‘Industrial Policy’

The worries surrounding China’s progress in chip production have led to a bipartisan agreement to increase the United States’ microchip manufacturing. The Chips Act, which is worth $53 billion, aims to reduce America’s dependence on semiconductors produced overseas, particularly those utilized by the Pentagon.

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