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Taiwan's semiconductor industry is stuck between Trump and Huawei

US president wants to stop manufacturers supplying chips to blacklisted companies

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TSMC's headquarters in Hsinchu: replacing American technology would be a difficult task.   © Reuters

Alex Capri is a visiting senior fellow in the Business School at the National University of Singapore.

Taiwan is caught between Washington and Beijing on a complicated geopolitical matter: the island's status as a hotbed of semiconductor innovation and production.

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