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Commentary: UMC aims to trump investment restriction for producing 28nm chips in China
Josephine Lien, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES
United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) is mulling to accelerate the development of its 18nm process at its fabs in Taiwan in order to pave the way for its subsidiary in Xiamen, China to foray into 28nm process to meet the ever-rising demand for the...
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