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Chips are down

8 Sep 2020 By Robyn Mak

The Hong Kong shares of the chipmaker plunged 23% on news that the White House might blacklist it. The immediate financial hit looks manageable, but long-term prospects are darkening. SMIC’s still-frothy valuation hints at more volatility for the company and its peers.

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