Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract maker of chips, is grappling with a global smartphone market that is seeing little growth, while also feeling the impact of volatility in digital currencies that is hurting demand for integrated circuits used on cryptocurrency mining gear. Photo: BloombergTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract maker of chips, is grappling with a global smartphone market that is seeing little growth, while also feeling the impact of volatility in digital currencies that is hurting demand for integrated circuits used on cryptocurrency mining gear. Photo: Bloomberg
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract maker of chips, is grappling with a global smartphone market that is seeing little growth, while also feeling the impact of volatility in digital currencies that is hurting demand for integrated circuits used on cryptocurrency mining gear. Photo: Bloomberg

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract maker of chips, is grappling with a global smartphone market that is seeing little growth, while also feeling the impact of volatility in digital currencies that is hurting demand for integrated circuits used on cryptocurrency mining gear. Photo: BloombergTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract maker of chips, is grappling with a global smartphone market that is seeing little growth, while also feeling the impact of volatility in digital currencies that is hurting demand for integrated circuits used on cryptocurrency mining gear. Photo: Bloomberg
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's largest contract maker of chips, is grappling with a global smartphone market that is seeing little growth, while also feeling the impact of volatility in digital currencies that is hurting demand for integrated circuits used on cryptocurrency mining gear. Photo: Bloomberg
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