TSMC starts mass production of 3-nano semiconductors in Tainan, attitude toward Taiwan | Reuters

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC), the largest consignment semiconductor manufacturer, started mass production of state-of-the-art semiconductors with a circuit line width of 3 nanometers in Tainan City in southern …

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Alabama and Utah prohibit use of TikTok on state government equipment | Reuters

The states of Alabama and Utah on Tuesday banned the use of the Chinese video-sharing app TikTok on state government devices and computer networks. The photo is the logo of …

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TSMC, Arizona new factory 4 nano plan Apple request received = news agency | Reuters

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC), at the request of U.S. customers including Apple, will provide advanced circuit line width 4-nanometer semiconductors at its new Arizona fab scheduled to open …

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TSMC planning 3 nano production line at new Arizona factory = founder | Reuters

On November 21, Morris Chan, the founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC), the world leader in the field of contract manufacturing of semiconductors, has announced that he will …

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Business development shy away from China ‘unthinkable’ = Mercedes CEO | Reuters

Mercedes-Benz Chief Executive Officer Ola Kallenius said on Thursday that it was “absolutely inconceivable” to ditch the Chinese business. Here, the CEO speaks at the company’s EV battery plant in …

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US Presidential Press Secretary, Mr. Trump’s remarks are ‘insulting’ around Jewish Americans | Reuters

White House spokesman Jean-Pierre said on October 17 that former US President Donald Trump (pictured) was “insulting” when he said Jewish Americans didn’t appreciate his policy toward Israel. and anti-Semitic,” …

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British foreign minister restrains Russia’s use of nuclear weapons “causing serious consequences” | Reuters

British Foreign Minister Cleverley said Russian President Vladimir Putin must end a series of strategic mistakes and the use of nuclear weapons would have grave consequences. FILE PHOTO: Birmingham, England, …

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