China’s electric car companies are safe from the U.S. Nvidia chip ban


Nvidia has found success in China by selling automotive chips to the country’s electric car companies. But the U.S. semiconductor giant has been restricted from sending some products to China. So far, electric vehicle makers do not seem to be affected.

Budrul Chukrut | Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty Images

BEIJING — U.S. restrictions on Nvidia chip sales to China won’t affect Chinese electric car companies, as they’re using auto systems that don’t include the sanctioned products.

Chipmaker Nvidia’s shares have plunged around 13% this week after the company disclosed new U.S. restrictions on its exports to China, affecting about $400 million in potential sales in the current quarter.



0 0 votes
Article Rating

How ‘quiet quitting’ became the next phase of the Great Resignation

Previous article

Geothermal-powered housing development saves homeowners big bucks

Next article

You may also like

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

More in Autos