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Display makers dip into chips and a startup struggles to deliver

The inside story on the Asia tech trends that matter, from Nikkei Asia and the Financial Times

Hi everyone, this is Lauly. I have just come back to Taipei from a weekend trip to the southern Taiwanese island of Liuqiu, where I went snorkeling among the area's many sea turtles. It was almost enough to make me forget all the troubles and disruptions happening in the tech industry.

Back to reality. This week the U.S. Senate has finally moved forward on a scaled-back version of the CHIPS Act more than a year after the bill was first introduced. The legislation offers billions of dollars in subsidies and tax credits aimed at bringing chip production onshore to address economic and national security concerns. Voting on its final passage is expected next week.

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