Taiwan said, if we are not safe then there will be no global supply of semiconductors

Taiwan, the hub of manufacturing of semiconductors at the global level, says that if it remains safe then only the supply of semiconductors will remain intact. Taiwan’s Economic Affairs Minister Wang Mei Hua, who is visiting the US, said that if Taiwan remains safe, then only the global supply of semiconductors can be protected.

In the last few months, China has increased military pressure on Taiwan. Taiwan is getting America’s support. America has also supplied him with weapons. Reuters’s Report Wang was quoted as saying that Taiwan wants to increase mutual cooperation with the US to maintain the supply chain. He said that Taiwan has an important role in advanced technology. If China intervenes in Taiwan, it will affect China as well. He said Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC), the world’s largest contract chipmaker, would cease operations if it was captured by military force.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has said that if Taiwan is harmed, it will have a very bad effect on the global economy. There has been a dispute between China and Taiwan for many years. Taiwan is also angry with the efforts of Chinese companies to wrongly acquire the talent and technology of the semiconductor industry from Taiwan. China has also increased its military exercises near Taiwan in the last few months. China aims to annex Taiwan. Taiwan is supported internationally by the US. Recently, US Parliament Speaker Nancy Pelosi also visited Taiwan despite China’s opposition.

Under the Chips and Science Act passed in the US to promote the semiconductor industry, $52 billion in grants and incentives will be given to semiconductor manufacturing companies. Along with this, 25 percent tax credit will also be available for setting up plants in America. In this act, a provision of about $ 200 billion has also been made to help research in the next decade. In the last few months, China has increased investment in computer chips. America too semiconductor Is trying to increase the production and for this technology related partnerships are being done with Japan, Taiwan and South Korea.

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