Chipmakers Micron, Hynix Confirm Probe by Chinese Regulator
Leading global memory-chip manufacturers Hynix and Micron have confirmed visits to their offices by Chinese antitrust regulators, as part of a probe targeting the pricing practices of major foreign chipmakers.
The visits came at a sensitive time, as the U.S. and China remain on the brink of a trade war after two days of talks in Beijing over the weekend ended with no announcement on a concrete agreement.
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