China has rolled out a set of policies to bolster the country’s integrated circuit (IC) and software industries in support of the push to expand and upgrade domestic chip-making capacity.
The measures include tax incentives for companies in the IC and software industries, financial support from government-invested funds and improved intellectual property rights protection for the firms, as well as policies to promote related research, trade, education, market application and international collaboration, according to . . .
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