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Climate Change: SEMI Members Rise to Top in Commitment to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The recent World Economic Forum event in Davos ranked the unfolding climate crisis among the top three risks companies and governments must address in order to prevent irreversible environmental damage. With the stakes that high, it is becoming...

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Innovation, Talent, China and Data as Force for Social Good: Insights from SEMICON Japan

The march of innovation in semiconductor microfabrication technology over the past 60 years has produced electronic devices and information systems that have transformed industries and lives around the world. And while advances in chip technology...

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Smart Technologies Amaze at SEMICON Japan 2019!

Augmented reality (AR) tyrannosauruses towered on-screen as I interacted with the creatures in a mix of prehistoric and cutting edge. Or, rather, my AR double was doing the playacting. Minutes later, virtual doppelgangers of a small lineup of...

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Skills for Industry: METIS to Support Europe’s Curriculum Guidelines 4.0

We live in the New Industrial Age. Manufacturing is undergoing a profound transformation, driven not only by technological (e.g. Artificial Intelligence, robotics, IoT) but also societal, market and regulatory developments that have fundamental...

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Advocating Public Policies for Industry Growth

SEMI Europe’s advocacy team is a key force in influencing public policy in areas of strategic importance to the region’s semiconductor industry, making SEMICON Europa the ideal venue for addressing industry-shaping trends and enacting change on...

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SEMI Confirms Machinery Directive is Fit For Purpose in Consultation with European Commission

SEMI has confirmed in consultation with the European Commission that the current Machinery Directive is fit for purpose and therefore no changes to its substance are required. The Commission consulted SEMI and other industry groups representing...

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The European Challenge of Posted Workers – SEMI Position and Recommendations

SEMI members in Europe face tough barriers to meeting legal requirements for posted workers, a struggle that undermines their competitiveness. The European Union (EU) defines a posted worker as an employee dispatched by his or her employer to...

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SEMICON West - SEMI Global Advocacy Collaborates to Advance Industry Interests

Like all other SEMICON expositions, SEMICON West last month gathered thousands of people to make business connections and learn about the industry and its opportunities. But the events are also great venues for SEMI’s Global Industry Advocacy...

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SEMI Urges Restraint by Japan and Korea in Light of Recent Trade Actions

On July 1st, Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) announced updated licensing policies and procedures on the export and transfer of controlled items and their relevant technologies to the Republic of Korea (ROK). METI’s stated...

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SEMI Testifies Against U.S. Tariffs on $300 Billion Worth of Chinese Goods

In testimony today before a U.S. government interagency panel considering tariffs on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods, SEMI called for the removal of about 30 tariff lines, which cover items central to the semiconductor manufacturing process.

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