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South Korea to build semiconductor ecosystem; Tianma to invest in 8.6-gen panel project; Nissan and Honda unveil EV development plans

Tom Lo, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei 0
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This Asia tech industry summary will mainly focus on South Korea's president-elect Yoon Seok-youl nominating Lee Jong-ho, a semiconductor expert, as the science and ICT minister; China's Tianma Microelectronics planning to invest CNY 33 billion (US$5.18 billion) in an 8.6-generation panel project in Xiamen; Honda announcing its plan to invest JPY 8 trillion (US$63.3 billion) in electric vehicle (EV) and battery development in the next 10 years; and Nissan unveiling its solid-state battery R&D strategy.
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This Asia tech industry summary will mainly focus on South Korea's president-elect Yoon Seok-youl nominating Lee Jong-ho, a semiconductor expert, as the science and ICT minister; China's Tianma Microelectronics planning to invest CNY 33 billion (US$5.18 billion) in an 8.6-generation panel project in Xiamen; Honda announcing its plan to invest JPY 8 trillion (US$63.3 billion) in electric vehicle (EV) and battery development in the next 10 years; and Nissan unveiling its solid-state battery R&D strategy.

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