Tsinghua Companies Buy 7% of Germany’s Dialog Semiconductor
Acquisitive semiconductor company Tsinghua Unigroup and a sister company have acquired 7% of Germany’s Dialog Semiconductor, extending their recent drive to build up a chip-making empire through domestic and overseas acquisitions.
The latest stake purchase comes as Chinese companies more broadly try to buy foreign chip-making technology under a Beijing-led initiative to build up the sector. But many of those efforts have been rebuffed by foreign governments, which worry about selling such cutting-edge companies to Chinese buyers, often with ties to Beijing.
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