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Semiconductor brain drain SamSung China appeals to the South Korean government for help according to the Korean times, Samsung vice president Kwon Oh Hyun recently shouted like the South Korean government to give more support to the semiconductor industry to solve the problem of talent shortage

According to the report, Kwon woo Hyun, currently the vice president of Samsung and the leader of Samsung's display department, pointed out in a public speech a few days ago that South Korea's semiconductor industry believes that it meets the performance needs of the sports industry and has its competitive strength. However, it is facing the current shortage of semiconductor talents. Kwon woo Hyun further pointed out that the semiconductor industry is an important foundation for the fourth industrial revolution. Therefore, he hoped that the Korean government could continue to supply the required talents for the semiconductor and equipment industry through the channel of scientific and technological training

as for the reason why South Korea is currently facing a shortage of semiconductor talents, Quan Wuxuan said that the main reason is the overseas loss of relevant talents, especially many talents have gone to China's semiconductor market. Kwon woo Hyun has pointed out in the past that as China is preparing to invest more than 200 trillion won to develop the semiconductor industry, such a result is a threat to the semiconductor industry in South Korea. Therefore, at the Samsung shareholders' meeting in March 2017, Quan Wuxuan said that he would actively prevent and block the loss of semiconductor related talents to China

the Chinese government has recently actively supported the development of the semiconductor industry. Among them, Ziguang group hopes to become one of the world's top five memory manufacturers and technology developers by 2020. In order to achieve this goal, Tsinghua Ziguang group announced in March 2016 that it had invested 24billion won and planned to establish a factory specializing in the production of NAND flash memory in Wuhan. In addition, it was announced earlier in 2017 that it would invest $30billion to build a memory factory in Nanjing. In order to ensure the smooth implementation of the comprehensive plan of these experimental machines, China is also investing a large amount of money to recruit talents from overseas. At present, the semiconductor talent gap is becoming more and more serious, and has even threatened the competitiveness of relevant manufacturers in South Korea due to the middle vertical hole with a diameter of 6.5mm

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