Signage for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co at the company’s headquarters in Hsinchu on January 11, 2022. Photo: Bloomberg
Signage for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co at the company’s headquarters in Hsinchu on January 11, 2022. Photo: Bloomberg

TSMC’s US$100 billion wipeout does not change analysts’ bullish outlook for Taiwan’s semiconductor giant

  • Despite the recent stock rout for the world’s largest contract chip maker, investors expect TSMC shares to climb 50 per cent over the next year
  • Chairman Mark Liu has forecast 30 per cent revenue growth this year, and the company occupies an important position in the global supply chain

Signage for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co at the company’s headquarters in Hsinchu on January 11, 2022. Photo: Bloomberg
Signage for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co at the company’s headquarters in Hsinchu on January 11, 2022. Photo: Bloomberg
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