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With electronics and auto manufacturers continuing to suffer from the global chip shortage, a recent announcement by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. that it plans to build a plant in Japan may seem to offer a glimmer of hope for the country.

The move is also in line with the Japanese government’s strategy of reinvigorating the country’s semiconductor industry, as it aims to enhance the nation’s economic security by enticing foreign chip producers into developing production bases in the country.

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