As a U.S. based, multinational company that sells the majority of our products overseas, we advocate for open trade policies that recognize the global nature of the electronics industry and promote fair competition.
We work with the U.S. Administration, Congress, and other governments to encourage trade agreements and policies that:
We take seriously our obligation to comply with export control laws and requirements. The U.S. government regulates the export of certain semiconductors, equipment and technology to particular countries and individuals. Current and proposed regulations must keep pace with technology developments to avoid controlling semiconductors that are sold into broad commercial applications.
We engage in ongoing efforts to reform export controls to reflect the global high-tech marketplace, while ensuring key technologies do not fall into the wrong hands. We support reforming export control regulations by:
Electronics continue to revolutionize many sectors, including automotive, industrial, medical, and energy. The physical world is being connected in new and innovative ways. We support policies that foster technological advancements and allow our business to grow in these areas. Specifically, TI supports: