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The tech stuff is not about money. The US has long been concerned about China's industrial espionage and the implications of what would happen in the tech sector if China invaded Taiwan. The US isn't the only one either, we just happen to be the largest in this mess. But the US can't just order companies to move stuff back here or over to Japan. What the US can do is impose sales import/export laws, tarrifs, trade laws, manfucaturing rules, and fund massive investments at home. Which is what is already being done.
It's funny because we see all sorts of posts here on how China is bad and things need to be moved out but when it touches meh vidya games people get upset.
Your not being coherent just like them. If like you said the US can't order companies around but can impose trade barriers, why didn't/don't they? If they did there were probably a lot less if anything in China. The same for Iran or Saudi oil for example.
GPU tariffs come and go, because party x or party y, it's better for politics now or not at all at this moment, let's all be honest about this.
Don't shift the blame to corporations. If there were no cops and everyone drove like they felt like, on the wrong side, drunk, speeding like mad, racing... those damn drivers