TSMCConsidering expansion of production capacity in Japan, which will be a move by the world’s largest chip foundry to reduce geopolitical risk. But the relevant decision has not yet been made, and TSMC is studying the feasibility of doing so. TSMC is currently building the company’s first chip plant in Japan on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu. The factory is likely to focus on producing mature-process chips typically used in parts such as cars and sensors, with shipments scheduled to begin in late 2024. If TSMC expands further than its current plan, it may consider manufacturing advanced process chips in Kyushu.
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