A wafer sits on display as Taiwanese chip giant TSMC holds a ceremony to start mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips in the southern city of Tainan on December 29. Photo: Reuters
A wafer sits on display as Taiwanese chip giant TSMC holds a ceremony to start mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips in the southern city of Tainan on December 29. Photo: Reuters
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Outside In by David Dodwell

US-China tech war: US efforts to control chips industry will put Taiwan at risk

  • Taiwan’s dominance in advanced chip-making makes it vulnerable. If the US is truly concerned not just for Taiwan’s security but its long-term prosperity, then the effort to contain China’s technological development is foolhardy and likely to backfire

A wafer sits on display as Taiwanese chip giant TSMC holds a ceremony to start mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips in the southern city of Tainan on December 29. Photo: Reuters
A wafer sits on display as Taiwanese chip giant TSMC holds a ceremony to start mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips in the southern city of Tainan on December 29. Photo: Reuters
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