BACKGROUND: According to the Swedish law, it's forbidden to export products that can be used by the military. Exporting this kind of equipment requires permission from the Inspectorate of Strategic Products (ISP). .
This has recently been a noticed sale of two Swedish companies, Imego and Norstel - to China. These two are developing advanced semiconductors. They are small and intelligent components that can be used in, for example, computers, mobile phones, missiles, robots, and satellites. China can't produce these semiconductors themselves. #weapons #export
PLOT: In Sweden, there are some interesting things that haven't been done before this sale to China: The ISP was not involved, nor was the Swedish Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, Mikael Damberg. Since it then was illegal to sell the technics within the company (Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) gyroscopes). Therefore, the buyers in China bought an empty company called Imego Navigation. Later, the desired technique is brought by a license through another company. @svd
NOW: Even tho China is now the owner of a company who has access to the technique, they are not allowed to use it. But, it's quite impossible to stop the information from being spread, used and shared. .
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