Intel's confidence in Chinese market remains unshaken

The coronavirus pandemic has not shaken U.S. tech giant Intel's confidence in the Chinese market. Rather, the swift response to the pandemic, the newly-introduced "trillion yuan" infrastructure project and a better business environment for foreign businesses after the launch of the new foreign investment law have encouraged and prompted the multinational company to further boost its investment in the country, according to Intel's China head.

In an exclusive interview with CGTN, Ian Yang, Corporate Vice President and President of Intel China, shares his views on China's new foreign investment law, the level of confidence Intel has in China's market, and whether Intel finds it appealing to restructure its supply chain away from China like many alarmists suggested.