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The Arizona organization signed an agreement with Taiwan to attract more chip companies

2021-08-31 12:44:18 TechWeb

【TechWeb】8 month 25 Daily news , According to foreign media reports , An economic development organization in Arizona said on Tuesday , An agreement has been reached with Taiwan's economic development officials , It aims to enhance the attractiveness of the state to the semiconductor industry in Taiwan .

The Taiwan US Industrial Cooperation Promotion Office, supported by Taiwan's economic department, signed an agreement with economic development officials in the Greater Phoenix region , To seek to bring more Taiwan's huge semiconductor industry to the region .

The move comes as TSMC, the world's largest chipmaker, expressed its hope to build a plant in Phoenix . The Phoenix City Council authorizes city officials to 11 Negotiations with chip manufacturers in June , But the details of the agreement , Including any potential tax relief has not yet been announced . and 5 It was reported in May , TSMC may build up to... In this area 6 Factories , It will also use the most advanced technology .

The Greater Phoenix Economic Commission, which signed the agreement on Tuesday (Greater Phoenix Economic Council) CEO Chris · Camacho (Chris Camacho) say , His organization is trying to get as many TSMC suppliers and other affiliated companies in the region as possible , It is also revealed that there are about 40 The company is evaluating its investment in Arizona . He said :“ We are gradually becoming the world's largest semiconductor and the number one choice of semiconductor supply chain .”

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