Biden Touts Success of Samsung Chip Plant in S. Korea

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President Joe Biden called the U.S-South Korea alliance “a lynchpin of peace, stability, and prosperity” during a visit Friday to a Samsung Electronics Co. semiconductor complex as he seeks to bolster supply chains that reduce reliance on China. He spoke after landing in Seoul to start a five-day visit to South Korea and Japan.

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