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Semiconductor stocks and exchange traded funds started 2019 in fine form, but were hammered in May amid the intensifying US/China trade war. As China faces the prospect of losing access to American technology, such as semiconductors, the nation is stepping up its own chip game with more resources thrown to help develop the sector. While […]
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