Asian tech roundup: Chips ahoy

Plus: Alibaba cancels cloud spin-off

Tom Allen
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Asian tech roundup: Chips ahoy

Welcome to Computing's fortnightly roundup of tech news in Asia. This week is all about chips, with SMIC signalling a return to over-supply; Japan investing in new semiconductor fabs; and Intel cancelling a plant in Vietnam.

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