Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world’s biggest contract chip maker, began mass production of next-generation 3-nanometre chips at the end of last year. Photo: Reuters
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world’s biggest contract chip maker, began mass production of next-generation 3-nanometre chips at the end of last year. Photo: Reuters

Taiwan chip output set to grow in 2023 amid ‘bullish’ talent demand, automotive trends despite slowing exports

  • Demand for tech talent will be ‘bullish’ this year because Taiwan’s major chip suppliers will continue to expand their business, said SEMI Taiwan president Terry Tsao
  • Taiwan’s exports fell by 12.1 per cent, year on year, to US$35.75 billion in December, marking a fourth straight monthly decline

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world’s biggest contract chip maker, began mass production of next-generation 3-nanometre chips at the end of last year. Photo: Reuters
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, the world’s biggest contract chip maker, began mass production of next-generation 3-nanometre chips at the end of last year. Photo: Reuters
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