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One of the world’s largest wafer makers in Taiwan said Tuesday a $4.5 billion deal to acquire a German rival had fallen through after Berlin missed the agreement’s deadline.

The so-called wafers are roughly one-millimeter-thick sheets of silicon necessary for the manufacturing of semiconductors, also known as chips, the backbone of the global technology sector.

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