On October 29, the US Department of Commerce announced on the official website that it would impose a ban on Fujian Jinhua Integrated Circuit Co., Ltd. and officially implemented it from October 30.
Specifically, since the 30th, the US Department of Commerce has restricted US companies’ exports to Fujian Jinhua and added them to the lock-up list.
The US Department of Commerce said that Jinhua Company constitutes a major risk in participating in activities that violate US national security interests.
The Ministry of Commerce believes that Jinhua is about to acquire the capacity to produce DRAM on a large scale, which may be due to US technology, and mass production will also threaten the long-term operational capabilities of US military system suppliers.
Commerce Minister Ross said: "When foreign companies engage in activities that violate national security interests, we will take strong measures to protect our national security. Listing Jinhua on the entity list will limit its supply chain that threatens the necessary components of our military system. ability."
Prior to this, Magnesium and Fujian Jinhua had a patent dispute. In July of this year, Micron was banned from selling SSD hard drives, memory modules and memory chips by the Fuzhou court in China because of the patent litigation with UMC, which affected the total number of Micron and Yingruida brands. Product.