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What China's Move to Ban Micron's Chips Means for the Chipmaker

Eric Jhonsa

Indeed, it doesn't look as if the ban will do major short-term damage either, given that Micron stated on Thursday morning the products account for just slightly over 1% of its annualized revenue. This column has been updated from July 3rd to mention Micron's official response to the Chinese court's ruling. Micron shares fell 5.5% on Tuesday after a court in the Chinese city of Fuzhou slapped a preliminary injunction on the company's sale of 26 DRAM and NAND flash memory products within China.