Acer Founder Stan Shih says that the United States is too far behind Taiwan when it comes to chipmaking prowess.
CEOs from the largest chip makers in the US have met with top US gov officials about the impending array of new export restrictions.
U.S. set to allow South Korean and Taiwanese companies to upgrade fab operations in China using American wafer fab tools.
The US CHIPS Act, the measure that oversees the distribution of around $280 billion in funding for semiconductor-related pursuits, may not have as secure a funding guarantee as previously thought.
Intel, TSMC and others are sniping at each other in meetings and filings as they attempt to obtain funding from the US CHIPS and Science Act.
Taiwan has passed its version of the Chips act, letting chipmakers take 25% of yearly research and development costs and turn them into tax credits.
Taiwanese government warns about an economic slowdown because of Chinese lockdowns and U.S. sanctions against China.
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