Korean Semiconductor industry is affected by China-US trade war

Exchange specialists talk about the U.S. – China authoritative competition and South Korean endeavors’ countermeasures at a course in Seoul on Sept. 9.

The steel and semiconductor businesses of South Korea will endure an immediate shot if the exchange war between the United States and China transforms into a worldwide tax war, specialists said at a workshop sorted out by the Federation of Korean Industries on Sept. 9.

The specialists said the progressing exchange war between the United States and China is probably going to precede until in any event the 2020 U.S. presidential decision. So they approached South Korean organizations to manage the circumstance with a long haul point of view.

“The U.S. – China exchange war and their authoritative contention, which will go on paying little heed to the consequence of the decision, are adding to vulnerabilities in the worldwide money related and outside trade showcases just as worldwide exchange conditions,” said previous exchange minister Park Tae-ho, including, “South Korean endeavors’ reaction is significant in that a genuine monetary emergency may emerge from not the budgetary but rather the exchange area.”

Wang Yoon-jong, administrator of the Korean Association of Contemporary Chinese Studies, commented that the exchange war won’t die down inside this year in light of the fact that the United States is calling for China to satisfy their consent to the point of changing its household law, China is viewing that point as impedance in residential undertakings, and U.S. President Donald Trump will never make a concession in front of the decision.

“The steel business has been liable to protectionism since even before the main day of the exchange war, which means the business is particularly helpless against the exchange war,” said POSCO Research Institute overseeing executive Lee Yoon-hee, including, “In the business, the proportion of export is as high as 40 percent to 45 percent, and Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 and the exchange war together will impede any recuperation in exports to the United States for as long as 10 years.”

“With the Chinese government quickening its interest in the semiconductor area, the prolongation of the exchange war can unfavorably influence Samsung Electronics’ NAND streak memory plant in Xi’an, SK Hynix’s DRAM fabricating offices in Wuxi,” the director called attention to, encouraging the organizations to further fortify their unions with non-Chinese players.

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