Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung Meet to Discuss Japan Trade Tension

A change in the way three critical materials for the production of smartphones are being exported from Japan to South Korea cause concerns for the world’s largest device manufacturers.

Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Amazon officials traveled to South Korea to discuss the possible production struggles with Samsung, which is in charge of building their memory chips and panels.

These companies are worried that a shortage on the chemicals used for making memory chips and OLED panels could impact their inventory, according to a report from The Korea Herald.

Earlier this month, Japan decided to request a 90-day permit process to all companies that purchase three critical chemicals for the production of phone parts. Because the approval is mandatory, Samsung is believed to have already <a href="https://news.softpedia.com/news/samsung-cuts-galaxy-note-10-production-due-to-korea-vs-japan-trade-war… (read more)

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