Factories run by the world’s most advanced chipmaker, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, would become “non operable” if China invades the island nation, its chairman Mark Liu said on Sunday, because the group’s machines were extremely sophisticated, Focus Taiwan reported, citing an interview with CNN.
Shutting down production would create “great economic turmoil” on both sides of the Taiwan Strait, Liu was quoted as saying in the report, saying that – like Ukraine – there would be “no winners” on either side.
Read the full report: Focus Taiwan.
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