US Congress Passes Bill To Boost Domestic Chip Production, Compete With China
President's desk next stop for CHIPS Act
In a bipartisan vote, the US Congress passed legislation that allocates billions of dollars to domestic manufacturers of semiconductor chips – essential components in a myriad of products, including many medical devices.
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