Taiwan, home to the world’s largest contract chip maker, said it has discussed supply chain resiliency with other countries in the so-called Chip 4 alliance. Photo: Shutterstock
Taiwan, home to the world’s largest contract chip maker, said it has discussed supply chain resiliency with other countries in the so-called Chip 4 alliance. Photo: Shutterstock

Taiwan says it discussed semiconductor supply chain resilience with ‘Chip 4’ countries US, South Korea and Japan

  • The US convened the preliminary meeting with East Asian countries to address issues related to a chip shortage that has wreaked havoc on supply chains
  • President Tsai Ing-wen last month told visiting US lawmakers that Taiwan is committed to ensuring partners have reliable supplies of ‘democracy chips’

Taiwan, home to the world’s largest contract chip maker, said it has discussed supply chain resiliency with other countries in the so-called Chip 4 alliance. Photo: Shutterstock
Taiwan, home to the world’s largest contract chip maker, said it has discussed supply chain resiliency with other countries in the so-called Chip 4 alliance. Photo: Shutterstock
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