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Samsung is looking for alternatives to Japan's restrictions on key raw materials

via:CnBeta     time:2019/8/7 23:36:50     readed:158

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In early July, Japan imposed stricter regulations on the export of three semiconductor-related materials, photoresist, fluorinated polyimide and hydrogen fluoride, which are essential for the production of semiconductors and flexible display screens.

Hydrogen fluoride and photoresist are indispensable materials for making memory chips, while fluorinated polyimides are used for high specifications.televisionScreen and IntelligenceMobile phoneDisplay screens, including Samsung folding screen mobile phones, are eagerly anticipated.

A Samsung spokesman said the company was trying to diversify its supply chain beyond Japanese suppliers.

Although Samsung acknowledges its efforts to diversify its supply chain, it denied a report in the Korean media that it would replace nearly 220 Japanese chemicals and materials for chip production with domestic and foreign products.

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