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Taiwan’s Chips Remain Core of Technopolitics

Poster:Grace HuberPost date:2021-02-03
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(Taiwan)
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations)
(Lawfare, By By Abby Lemert and Eleanor Runde) One-fifth of the world’s chip manufacturing is now in Taiwan, and TSMC holds 55 percent of the market share. Taiwan is now a “critical single point of failure” in chip manufacturing. Taiwan’s role was on display recently when chip shortages hit the auto sector and resulted in diplomatic pleas from Germany and, reportedly, the United States for Taiwan to accelerate production. 
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