Korean companies accelerate the establishment of diversified production bases to reduce dependence on China | Global supply chain | CCP | Rising raw materials

[The Epoch Times, April 22, 2022](Comprehensive report by Wu Huanxin, reporter from The Epoch Times Special Department) Faced with the pressure on the global supply chain caused by rising raw …

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446 billion dollars against the chip shortage

Munich, Dusseldorf The smallest electronic parts still cause the biggest problems in the global economy. The shortage of computer chips will continue in 2022. On average, customers had to wait …

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Samsung, New Semiconductor Factory in Taylor, Texas, $ 17 Billion | Reuters

[Seoul / Austin, 24th Reuters]–Samsung Electronics of South Korea announced on the 24th that it has selected Taylor, Texas as the construction site for a new US semiconductor factory with …

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Samsung Electronics, US Semiconductor Factory Construction Site Still Decided | Reuters

On November 23, South Korea’s Samsung Electronics announced that the construction site for its second $ 17 billion new semiconductor factory in the United States has not yet been finalized. …

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Samsung Electronics of South Korea considers construction of semiconductor factory in Texas, USA = Material | Reuters

On July 16, South Korea’s Samsung Electronics is considering Williamson County, Texas, as a candidate site for the construction of a new $ 17 billion semiconductor contract manufacturing plant, according …

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Chip suppliers are facing a huge boom

TSMC The world’s largest contract manufacturer in the chip industry plans to invest 100 billion dollars in new factories. Because the existing plants have been running at full capacity for …

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A congressional delegation supports Amazon employees in Alabama to form their union

Thank you for reading a news story about technology: A congressional delegation supports Amazon employees in Alabama to form their union, and now with the details of the news. Cairo …

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