By Chris Miller
What’s at stake?
Leaders of some of the world’s largest economies want TSMC to diversify its production locations. The only problem: They all think the Taiwanese semiconductor foundry should open shop in their own countries. While TSMC’s position is unique — and uniquely uncomfortable — chip industry executives increasingly are finding that geopolitics has been added to the calculus of business decision-making.
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