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Panel Halle B1 SEMICON EUROPA > TechARENA 1 & 2 - Technological Platform for Innovation > Global Trade Tensions: a zero-sum game for all ― is there a way out?
15:45-17:30 Uhr | Halle B1 Tech Arena 2, Booth B1.770
Themen: SEMICON EUROPA
The semiconductor manufacturing industry is heavily reliant on international trade. SEMI member companies export, on average, more than 80 percent of what is produced domestically. This industry is enabled by complex and expansive supply chains that traverse the globe, perhaps more than any industry. Components are made all around the world, brought together and assembled into a single sub-system, which is then integrated into a larger tool, which is used in the chipmaking process. Against this background, global trade disputes in high-tech, therefore, hampers business growth. Fragmented trade relations slow down the much needed innovative solutions delivered by the semiconductor industry applied in many critical fields such as healthcare and mobility. SEMI, with its 10 Principles for the Global Semiconductor Supply Chain in Modern Trade Agreements, has long supported efforts to reduce and ultimately end trade tensions between the global actors and has been engaged in extensive dialogue with policymakers, underscoring the importance of free trade to the industry. This session will look at how trade wars affect business growth, innovation and sustainability and will draw paths of action for the future for a win-win global trade policy.
DECISION Etudes & Conseil
Olivier Coulon started his professional life in 2007 as assistant to the Chief Economist at STMicroelectronics.
He joined DECISION in 2008 as a consultant specialized in electronics and aerospace, defense & security
Olivier Coulon is
Stiftung Neue Verantwortung
Jan-Peter Kleinhans is director of the project IT Security in the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently his work
focuses on the intersection of global semiconductor supply chains, IT security and geopolitics. He has a
special interest in the security and resilience of our future mobile networks – 5G.
After joining SNV in 2014 Jan-Peter analyzed why the market failed to produce reasonably trustworthy
consumer IoT devices. He explored if and how standardization, certification and market surveillance can
create economic incentives for IoT manufacturers to produce secure and trustworthy IoT devices.
Jan-Peter presented his work on 5G security at the German parliament's committee on foreign affairs, the
NATO parliamentary assembly and at the United Nations. He is Fellow of the Transatlantic Digital Debates
2016 and studied communication sciences in Uppsala, Sweden and business informatics in Darmstadt.
Malcolm Penn is the Chairman, CEO and founder of Future Horizons, one of the world’s top global
semiconductor industry analysts. He is also the President of Future Horizons' Moscow-based subsidiary,
East-West Electronics, the world’s top market research consultant on the Russian and East European