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Quad alliance joins hands to secure semiconductor, 5G tech supply chains


The Quad Alliance – India, US, Japan, and Australia – has joined hands to secure supply chains in critical areas such as semiconductors and 5G telecom technologies, in a bid to contain the rising influence of China in these strategic sectors, according to geopolitical experts.
Resilient, diverse and secure technology supply chains – for hardware, software and services – are vital to our shared national interests,” the US said in a statement during the first-ever in-person summit of Quad leaders in Washington on Friday.
Several nations, including China, Japan and the US, are racing to build significant domestic capacity. India, for the third time in two decades, is attempting to build local semiconductor manufacturing capabilities by offering incentives to global firms to set up fabrication units in the country that can be used to supply silicon chips both to the local market as well as become a base for global supplies.

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