Analysts say more cooperation with Taiwan would help Brazil bolster its US$50 billion tech sector that relies heavily on computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock
Analysts say more cooperation with Taiwan would help Brazil bolster its US$50 billion tech sector that relies heavily on computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock

Brazil eyes Taiwan’s semiconductor capital to grow advanced chip industry in Latin America’s biggest economy

  • Taiwanese authorities and businesses want to unlock the ‘potential’ in Brazil’s semiconductor market, and South America expansion brings them closer to the US
  • Brazil’s tech sector, dominated by contract manufacturing, also requires computer chips that have been in short supply during the pandemic

Analysts say more cooperation with Taiwan would help Brazil bolster its US$50 billion tech sector that relies heavily on computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock
Analysts say more cooperation with Taiwan would help Brazil bolster its US$50 billion tech sector that relies heavily on computer chips. Photo: Shutterstock
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