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German research: TSMC’s overseas expansion capacity accounts for only 10% of the world’s total, and its commitment to “remain in Taiwan” remains unchanged.

TSMC’s plant expansion plan in Phoenix, Arizona, USA continues to advance. If the plan goes according to plan, the first phase of Fab 21 will begin mass production of 4-nanometer and 5-nanometer process-level chips. Under the influence of geopolitics, TSMC has simultaneously built factories in the United States, Japan, Germany and other places. The progress of improving global production capacity efficiency has attracted widespread international attention. TSMC’s overseas factory expansion plans have also triggered domestic concerns about whether the sacred mountain that protects the country will one day become an industry. Move outward.

However, according to Bonnie Glaser, an expert from the “German Marshall Fund”, the research report pointed out that TSMC’s overseas factories only contribute less than 10% to global wafer foundry production capacity, highlighting that TSMC will still remain in Taiwan as its main development force. . Despite the challenges, Taiwan’s technology industry has demonstrated great resilience.

On the one hand, Taiwan’s local technology development is moving forward steadily, as evidenced by TSMC’s plans to expand new factories across the country. On the other hand, Taiwanese companies are actively pursuing global expansion, and TSMC’s efforts in Arizona highlight its focus on maintaining a strong international influence. It also demonstrates TSMC’s commitment to “promoting technological progress based on Taiwan.”

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