U.S. extorts data from chip-related companies amid concerns

2021-11-14 23:36:00 GMT2021-11-15 07:36:00(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2021 shows the view of the Samsung store on Oxford Street, in London, Britain. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2021 shows the logo of Microsoft in London, Britain. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2021 shows the logo of Apple Inc. in London, Britain. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)

People pass an Apple store in London, Britain, Nov. 13, 2021. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2021 shows the logo of Samsung on Oxford Street, in London, Britain. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)

Photo taken on Nov. 13, 2021 by a fisheye lens shows the logo of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) displaying on a laptop screen in London, Britain. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua)

People visit a Microsoft store at Oxford Circus, in London, Britain, Nov. 13, 2021. Several chip-related companies have responded to an earlier request by the United States to supply confidential supply chain information in the name of better understanding the global chip shortage as the deadline expired on Nov. 8. (Photo by Tim Ireland/Xinhua) 

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