New factory likely to use older chipmaking equipment to hasten opening and begin easing global semiconductor shortage
The Taiwanese tech giant has moved to reassure customers after White House politicians warned they had ‘tools’ to help them collect data about the ongoing semiconductor shortage
The White House has asked auto firms and chip manufacturers to share information on the shortage that has hit US auto production – and to find a solution
The company, which supplies Apple and Qualcomm, will ‘set related mitigation measures’ and actively adopt the use of renewable energy
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‘Second phase’ build at $12bn Arizona site also on the cards; Apple supplier’s Q2 revenue climbed 28% to a record $13.29 billion
The island powerhouse’s unemployment numbers surged in May off the back of virus lockdowns which hit the nation’s hospitality and entertainment sectors the hardest
With only 9% of Taiwan's 23.5 million people having had at least one Covid jab, the pressure was on Taipai to protect its population – and globally critical tech industries – from the virus