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TSMC founder chides U.S. plan for full chip supply chain onshore

Chang calls domestic push unfeasible, with $52bn in subsidies far too little

Washington is campaigning to bring more chip production onto American soil, amid concern about an overreliance on Taiwan.   © Getty Images

TAIPEI -- As U.S. lawmakers look to invest $52 billion in the American chip industry, the founder of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. calls the plan far too small for rebuilding a complete supply chain in the country.

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