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Arizona governor arrives in Taiwan to meet president, TSMC execs

Ducey's trip is the fourth by a U.S. delegation following Nancy Pelosi's visit

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, right, is in Taiwan to discuss technology and security collaboration between the island and his state. (Photo by Cheng Ting-Fang)

TAIPEI -- Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has arrived in Taipei on his first visit to Taiwan in 17 years, with the aim of boosting collaborations in semiconductors and other technology and security.

The Republican governor told reporters on Wednesday that he will meet with executives from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world's leading contract chipmaker which is building a $12 billion facility in his state.

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