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TSMC to 'pump tens of billions of dollars more' into Arizona

30 days ago   |   By iMore

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TSMC will reportedly "double down" on its plans to open a plant in Arizona.
Plans to open an advanced plant in Europe appear to be struggling.
Phoenix was already set to get a multi-billion dollar chip factory.
TSMC is considering a plan to "pump tens of billions of dollars more" into Arizona than was already planned, according to a new report. This comes as the company's intention to open an advanced manufacturing plant in Europe appear to be cooing.
Construction on a TSMC plant is already underway in Arizona after the company announced plans last year. But according...
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