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South Korean semiconductor industry badly needs change: expert

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FILE: South Korea - Feb 26, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of skilled workers operating machines, computers
2. Various of semiconductors being produced
3. Skilled workers discussing with each other on machine
4. Skilled worker producing semiconductors
5. Workers operating machines, running of machine itself

Seoul, South Korea - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
6. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Noh Hwauk, Chairman, Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry:
"If South Korea's semiconductor factories are forced to shut down, prices of the relevant products will spike, and if production cannot keep up with demand, it will eventually affect Japan, China and the United States, which I'm afraid will bring chaos to the whole international market."

FILE: Seoul, South Korea - Feb 26, 2019 (CGTN -No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of researchers in lab

Seoul, South Korea - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Noh Hwauk, Chairman, Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry (starting with shot 7):
"The over-reliance on intermediate products has led to the situation we have today. It is also a chance to allow South Korea to work hard on its own relatively technological deficiencies."

Seoul, South Korea - July 4, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of pedestrians

Seoul, South Korea - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
10. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Noh Hwauk, Chairman, Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry:
"South Korea has the experience of reaching the world's top level in the semiconductor industry in a short time. If it carries out cooperation with China to create a future on the basis of such experience, I'm sure the two sides will surely make more win-win results with this opportunity."

Seoul, South Korea - July 4, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Various of pedestrians
12. Various of shoppers

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The South Korean semiconductor industry is badly in need of change, said a South Korean industry insider when commenting on Japan's latest high-tech export regulations.

Japan on July 4 started tightening rules for the export of semiconductor-related materials to South Korea.

Under the new restrictions which took effect on July 4, individual applications will be necessary for exports to South Korea of three materials used in high-tech products, a process that can take around 90 days.

Noh Hwauk, chairman of the Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry, said the restrictions are bound to hinder the development of this pillar industry in South Korea as the country's raw materials and equipment are highly dependent on importing from Japan.

"If South Korea's semiconductor factories are forced to shut down, prices of the relevant products will spike, and if production cannot keep up with demand, it will eventually affect Japan, China and the United States, which I'm afraid will bring chaos to the whole international market," he said.

Noh said that at present, South Korean companies are actively seeking to obtain needed supplies from China and other markets to ensure normal production. The incident also made South Korean enterprises realize that to avoid being controlled by others, they must innovate themselves, achieve technological breakthroughs and reduce its dependence on foreign countries.

"The over-reliance on intermediate products has led to the situation we have today. It is also a chance to allow South Korea to work hard on its own relatively technological deficiencies," he said.

Noh also singled out China-South Korea cooperation in semiconductor technology. He believes that it is very important for South Korean enterprises to have in-depth exchanges and mutual study with China and other countries.

"South Korea has the experience of reaching the world's top level in the semiconductor industry in a short time. If it carries out cooperation with China to create a future on the basis of such experience, I'm sure the two sides will surely make more win-win results with this opportunity," he said.

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  • Published : 2019-07-12 15:00
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  • Location : Seoul,Republic of Korea
  • Category : economy, business and finance,science and technology
  • Duration : 1'40
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  • Category : economy, business and finance,science and technology
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S Korea-Semiconductor Industry/Expert

South Korean semiconductor industry badly needs change: expert

Dateline : July 10/4, 2019/File

Location : Seoul,Republic of Korea

Duration : 1'40

  • English
  • 日本語


FILE: South Korea - Feb 26, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of skilled workers operating machines, computers
2. Various of semiconductors being produced
3. Skilled workers discussing with each other on machine
4. Skilled worker producing semiconductors
5. Workers operating machines, running of machine itself

Seoul, South Korea - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
6. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Noh Hwauk, Chairman, Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry:
"If South Korea's semiconductor factories are forced to shut down, prices of the relevant products will spike, and if production cannot keep up with demand, it will eventually affect Japan, China and the United States, which I'm afraid will bring chaos to the whole international market."

FILE: Seoul, South Korea - Feb 26, 2019 (CGTN -No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of researchers in lab

Seoul, South Korea - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Noh Hwauk, Chairman, Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry (starting with shot 7):
"The over-reliance on intermediate products has led to the situation we have today. It is also a chance to allow South Korea to work hard on its own relatively technological deficiencies."

Seoul, South Korea - July 4, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
9. Various of pedestrians

Seoul, South Korea - July 10, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
10. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Noh Hwauk, Chairman, Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry:
"South Korea has the experience of reaching the world's top level in the semiconductor industry in a short time. If it carries out cooperation with China to create a future on the basis of such experience, I'm sure the two sides will surely make more win-win results with this opportunity."

Seoul, South Korea - July 4, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
11. Various of pedestrians
12. Various of shoppers


The South Korean semiconductor industry is badly in need of change, said a South Korean industry insider when commenting on Japan's latest high-tech export regulations.

Japan on July 4 started tightening rules for the export of semiconductor-related materials to South Korea.

Under the new restrictions which took effect on July 4, individual applications will be necessary for exports to South Korea of three materials used in high-tech products, a process that can take around 90 days.

Noh Hwauk, chairman of the Association for Advanced Semiconductor Industry, said the restrictions are bound to hinder the development of this pillar industry in South Korea as the country's raw materials and equipment are highly dependent on importing from Japan.

"If South Korea's semiconductor factories are forced to shut down, prices of the relevant products will spike, and if production cannot keep up with demand, it will eventually affect Japan, China and the United States, which I'm afraid will bring chaos to the whole international market," he said.

Noh said that at present, South Korean companies are actively seeking to obtain needed supplies from China and other markets to ensure normal production. The incident also made South Korean enterprises realize that to avoid being controlled by others, they must innovate themselves, achieve technological breakthroughs and reduce its dependence on foreign countries.

"The over-reliance on intermediate products has led to the situation we have today. It is also a chance to allow South Korea to work hard on its own relatively technological deficiencies," he said.

Noh also singled out China-South Korea cooperation in semiconductor technology. He believes that it is very important for South Korean enterprises to have in-depth exchanges and mutual study with China and other countries.

"South Korea has the experience of reaching the world's top level in the semiconductor industry in a short time. If it carries out cooperation with China to create a future on the basis of such experience, I'm sure the two sides will surely make more win-win results with this opportunity," he said.

ID : 8115796

Published : 2019-07-12 15:00

Last Modified : 2019-07-13 11:34:50

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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