just a numbers game, plus Chinese share of semiconductor production is small anyways, non-existence for leading edge ones.and US inflation will be skyrocketed, this have not count the effect of money printing
The American market is the biggest or the second biggest market in the world. Companies aren’t gonna set up two production lines: one for the US market and another one for the rest of the world. With China’s small share of semiconductor production, companies can afford to avoid Chinese made chips.What about the rest of the world? If you add what will be used in and by China, with what will be used by The European Union and the rest of the world, I don't think there is much left for the US to consume and therefore sustain the billions it is investing.
One must not forget that a considerable amount of electronics is manufactured or at least assembled in China.
Something does not seem to add up here!