Vietnam has reiterated its desire for U.S. assistance for developing semiconductors, which it has identified as a key industry, and training human resources for it.
According to a Reuters report, the company expressed concerns about the country’s excessive bureaucracy and unstable power supply.
Intel’s about-turn would be a blow to Vietnam’s growing ambitions to play a larger role in the global semiconductor industry. It has been holding talks with chipmakers, hoping to lure firms seeking to diversify their supply chain.
The launch of the Vietnam Semiconductor Innovation Network was big, but just the starting point of the country’s ambition to stay at the forefront of the global chip supply chain.
BE Semiconductor Industries N.V. (Besi), a Dutch maker of chip equipment, will develop a factory project for semiconductor equipment components with a first-phase cost of US$4.7 million in the Saigon Hi-Tech Park (SHTP) in Ho Chi Minh City, an economic…
Dutch semiconductor companies and suppliers are planning manufacturing investments in Vietnam, top officials told Reuters on Thursday during a business mission to Hanoi led by outgoing Prime Minister Mark Rutte.
Vietnam is holding talks with chips companies with the aim of boosting investment in the country and possibly building its first chipmaking plant, or fab, two business executives said, despite warnings from U.S. industry officials about high costs.
To maintain a high growth rate of exports, it was necessary to target new trends, including semiconductors, said experts.
Vietnam has a rapidly developing semiconductor ecosystem and a window to elevate its standing in the global supply chain.
Just as Vietnam comes into its unique role in China-U.S. relations, Hanoi’s policymakers are trying to find their niche in the global semiconductor industry.
Global tech giants have continued to expand operations in Vietnam as the country becomes an increasingly trusted advanced technology manufacturing hub.
Vietnam poised to win from next phase of China decoupling but there is no time to waste in upskilling its labor force
FPT Semiconductor, a unit of Vietnam’s leading tech company FPT, launched its first line of semiconductor chips used in medical devices on Wednesday (Sep 28), part of the company’s efforts to enter the competitive global industry.
The Vietnamese Minister of Information and Communications (MIC), Nguyen Manh Hung, and the Indian Minister of State Electronics and Information Technology, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on bilateral cooperation in information technology and electronics.
The current slump should not disguise the fact that the trend lines are all pointing in the right direction.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Industry and Trade has disclosed demand for computers and network devices is expected to grow further as people continue to work from home. Export goods such as computers, handsets, and other components are expected to reach US$53-…
Several of the world’s largest technology corporations plan to shift their production chains to Vietnam post-Covid-19, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Electronics group grapples with disruptions as a result of Chinese border restrictions