At the G7 in Hiroshima, Japan promotes the “relocation among friends” of the production of semiconductors
Anxious to diversify its sources of supply of semiconductors for its own manufacturers but also…
Anxious to diversify its sources of supply of semiconductors for its own manufacturers but also for its foreign partners, Japan promises the release of billions of euros in public subsidies to convince the major founders and chip designers to come settle in its territory.
Meeting, this Thursday, in Tokyo, the leaders of specialists in the sector, including executives from Samsung Electronics, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSMC), Intel and Applied Materials, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida explained that his government would “make concerted efforts to increase direct investment in Japan and support the semiconductor industry”. “We are going to strengthen collaboration on this global issue of supply chain stability,” insisted the head of government.