After more than one year’s deliberation and game, on August 10, US President Biden formally signed the chip and Science Act. The bill will provide us $52.7 billion for the development of semiconductors in the United States, of which 95% of the funds (US $50 billion) will be used to subsidize the production and research and development of semiconductor chips< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > the core purpose of the chip Act introduced by the United States is to enhance the competitiveness of the US semiconductor industry. However, this practice may have an impact on the original vertical division of labor system of semiconductor globalization< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > recently, Gu Wenjun, chief analyst of core research, said in an interview with a news reporter that after the introduction of the US chip act, some large companies may be attracted to the United States to expand new production capacity. In addition, local chip companies in the United States will form a “siphon” effect. In addition, after the United States does so, Europe may follow suit, and China may also introduce new policies. In this way, all regions in the world will start a new round of competition for chips< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > the chip and science act of the United States proposes to establish four funds, with a total amount of US $52.7 billion. Among them, the US Chip Fund is the largest one, totaling US $50 billion, of which US $39 billion is used for chip production and US $11 billion is used to subsidize chip R & D. The remaining US $2.7 billion is the US chip Defense Fund of US $2 billion, the chip international technology security and innovation fund of US $500 million, and the chip labor and education fund of US $200 million< Br > < div class = "height" > < / div > according to the plan, of the US $39 billion used for chip production, US $19 billion will be allocated this year, and US $5 billion will be allocated each year from 2023 to 2026. Of the US $11 billion used to support R & D, US $5 billion will be allocated first this year, and US $2 billion, US $1.3 billion, US $1.1 billion and US $1.6 billion will be allocated from 2023 to 2026 respectively< br>