TSMC confirms plans for Europe plant

Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturer TSMC has spoken publicly for the first time about a possible plant in the EU. TSMC CEO C.C. Wei mentioned microchips for use in cars in particular in this context. Wei told analysts that in Europe “we’re engaging with customers and partners to evaluate the possibility of building a specialty fab, focusing on automotive-specific technologies, based on the demand from customers and level of government support,” according to a transcript.

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