A wafer is seen at a ceremony held by Taiwanese chip giant TSMC to kick off mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips on December 29. Photo: Reuters
A wafer is seen at a ceremony held by Taiwanese chip giant TSMC to kick off mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips on December 29. Photo: Reuters

Apple chip supplier TSMC misses sales forecast as electronics demand slows amid rising inflation

  • Fourth-quarter revenue at TSMC rose 43 per cent to NT$625.5 billion (US$20.6 billion), below the NT$636 billion predicted by analysts on average
  • The global economic slowdown has diminished consumer demand for many products that TSMC chips go into, such as smartphones

A wafer is seen at a ceremony held by Taiwanese chip giant TSMC to kick off mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips on December 29. Photo: Reuters
A wafer is seen at a ceremony held by Taiwanese chip giant TSMC to kick off mass production of its most advanced 3-nanometre chips on December 29. Photo: Reuters
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