China’s microchip firms are rushing to snap up foreign engineers in China who were laid off as a result of US curbs, Nikkei Asia reported.
The likes of California-based chip developer Marvell were forced to lay off hundreds of foreign workers in China, said the report, prompting local chipmakers to offer lucrative wages to take them on instead.
Read the full report: Nikkei Asia
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