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TSMC mulling plant in Singapore: WSJ

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The Edge Singapore5/19/2022 09:29 PM GMT+08  • 1 min read
TSMC mulling plant in Singapore: WSJ
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World's largest chip maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, is mulling a new fab in Singapore, according to the Wall Street Journal.

As typical with semiconductor facilities here, which can easily run into the billions of dollars, the Singapore government is likely to chip in with some support.

Negotiations are under way with the Singapore Economic Development Board, according to WSJ, citing unnamed sources.

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