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Comment les semi-conducteurs sont-ils devenus un cas de containment technologique ?

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November 2022
Nada Drais et Christophe Chabert

Dans le cadre de la 13ème édition des Dialogues Stratégiques, Christophe Chabert, chercheur associé au Centre HEC de géopolitique, livre une analyse géopolitique de l’écosystème autour des semi-conducteurs. Pourquoi peut-on considérer les semi-conducteurs comme un cas de containment technologique à l'heure de l'affrontement sino-américain ? Découvrez les enjeux de ce matériau dans ce podcast.

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