2007/03/27

Intel to Build $2.5B China Plant

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Yo pensaba que las restricciones de exportación de tecnología sólo regulaban lo relativo a criptología y aplicaciones esencialmente militares...

[...] The 300mm wafer plant would use 90-nanometre technology, the most advanced technology to be used in China to date, but still a generation or two behind the cutting edge.

Intel has U.S. government approval to export 90-nanometer technology through 2009. But since the plant won't begin production until 2010, it could go to 65 nanometer if additional licenses were granted, the company said.

[...] Until now, most foreign chip makers have used China for lower-technology test and assembly work, with few doing more sophisticated production.
Fuente: PC Magazine

En el caso de Uruguay, que lo más desarrollado que tiene es la genética de su ganado vacuno, ¿qué medida toma el gobierno para proteger esa "ventaja" competitiva?
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