TSMC Plans to Produce 6nm semiconductor Chips at Second Japan Plant; Government Considers Aid

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TSMC Plans to Produce 6nm semiconductor Chips at Second Japan Plant; Government Considers Aid
TSMC Plans to Produce 6nm semiconductor Chips at Second Japan Plant; Government Considers Aid

TSMC plans to begin producing 6-nanometer advanced semiconductors in its second Japan plant in 2027.

Taiwan chipmaker TSMC plans to begin producing 6-nanometer advanced semiconductors in its second Japan plant in Kumamoto in 2027, according to media outlets.

The Japanese government is considering paying up to 900 billion yen ($6 billion) in subsidies for TSMC’s plan, which will require a total expenditure of roughly 2 trillion yen.

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