A worker inspects semiconductor chips at a plant in Ipoh, Malaysia, on October 15. Photo: Reuters
A worker inspects semiconductor chips at a plant in Ipoh, Malaysia, on October 15. Photo: Reuters
Hugh Harsono
Opinion

Opinion

Hugh Harsono

Samsung’s Texas chip plant can help US get back in global semiconductor game

  • Samsung’s move could have significant implications for US competitiveness as well as the whole global semiconductor supply chain
  • This could set the stage for a revamped American manufacturing presence while showcasing US efforts to harness other emerging technologies

A worker inspects semiconductor chips at a plant in Ipoh, Malaysia, on October 15. Photo: Reuters
A worker inspects semiconductor chips at a plant in Ipoh, Malaysia, on October 15. Photo: Reuters
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