It is also worth mentioning that at the recently concluded hearing of the US government imposing a 25% tariff on $300 billion of Chinese imports to the United States, includingMicrosoftHP, Dell,IntelAmerican technology giants, including Apple, have expressed their opposition to tariff increases to the Office of the United States Trade Representative.
It is reported that Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft and Intel issued a joint statement against President Trump's inclusion of laptops and tablets in the tariff list for Chinese goods. The statement said that the move would harm consumers and the industry as a whole and would not solve the problem of the Trump Administration's U.S. Trade Representative Office (USTR); on the contrary, tariffs would hinder the ability of U.S. technology leaders to innovate and compete in global markets.
Meanwhile, a few days ago, Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo jointly declared their opposition to the imposition of tariffs on the United States. Three host manufacturers pointed out that if additional tariffs were imposed, it would be a huge additional cost for video game developers, resulting in a large number of small and medium-sized game developers unable to bear the pressure of rising development and sales costs.
In fact, as one of the largest consumer electronics markets in the world, the Chinese market is an "indispensable place" for every technology giant, and the emphasis is increasing day by day. With the advent of the 5G era, it is not difficult to predict that the multinational technology giants represented by Microsoft will continue to increase their investment in order to seize the opportunity.