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TSMC urges equipment and material suppliers to push for 18-inch wafer migration
Claire Sung, Taipei; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES
The transition to 18-inch wafer production may be interrupted by the current economic woes, but it is a necessary step the semiconductor industry has to take in order to increase production scale and efficiency significantly for better competitiveness,...
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