TSMC Pushes Ahead With Arizona Plant

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    Jun.01 — Chip Giant Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. says it’s moving forward with plans to build a $12 billion plant in Arizona. The step is a win for Washington as it moves to address concerns over reliability and security in the tech supply chain. Bloomberg’s Debby Wu reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia.”

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