Japan and US to Build a Chip Supply Chain
The leading chip-maker, TSMC has invested US$12 billion to set up a 12-inch chip foundry in Arizona for 5nm chip production last year and more recently set up a packaging and testing research and development center for 3DIC materials in Tsukuba, Japan, as a response to the current tensions.
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