Taiwan is seeking cooperation on chips with a trio of Eastern European countries

Taiwan is seeking cooperation on chips with a trio of Eastern European countries

Taiwan is the seat of several leading semiconductor manufacturers, including TSMC, and has thus come into focus when it comes to trying to solve the component shortage that prevails in the country.

TSMC is building a factory in the US state of Arizona, but has not announced any similar plans for Europe despite the EU trying to attract that type of production.

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But now the news agency writes Reuters that Taiwan is in the process of collaborating on chip production with Slovakia, the Czech Republic and Lithuania. King Ming-hsin, head of Taiwan’s National Research Council, visited the three countries last month.

Taiwan will now set up working groups with the three countries to work out what cooperation in the field of chips could look like, and they will also contribute with technical training.

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“The entire supply chain for semiconductors is enormous, and many countries can play different roles,” King said during a press conference.

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