Friday 7 June 2024
Samsung chairman visits Verizon as first stop of two-week US trip
Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Jae-yong recently embarked on a two-week business trip to the US.
Monday 27 May 2024
Mature processes make comeback amidst US-China race to expand production
Based on the scale of the subsidies for fab construction given through the US Chips Act, advanced manufacturing processes remain the gold standard in chip manufacturing. This is especially...
Monday 20 May 2024
Despite increased EV tariffs, BYD makes its way into US 'backyard'
The US recently raised tariffs on seven key industries in China, with EV imports seeing the biggest hike to 100%. Despite this, leading Chinese EV manufacturer BYD held a high-profile...
Wednesday 8 May 2024
Excellence Opto expected to improve profit significantly in 2H24
Rumors have been around in the electric vehicles market, with Tesla's Cybertruck recently facing a recall, causing a temporary slowdown in supply chain deliveries. It is anticipated...
Thursday 25 April 2024
China feeds on lucrative semiconductor business created by US
Although US sanctions have significantly slowed down the development of China's semiconductor industry towards the advanced nodes, it is not the time to be content that China is lagging...
Wednesday 17 April 2024
US may see 58% of new semiconductor jobs unfilled by 2030, says SIA
With the announcement of CHIPS Act funding for the top 4 foundry manufacturers and the launch of various public-private projects come great expectations for a revival of semiconductor...
Friday 12 April 2024
Taiwan's March export data show robust demand for AI servers from 4 major markets
Taiwan's Ministry of Finance (MOF) released preliminary import and export trade statistics for March 2024 and found that under the strong global demand for AI servers, Taiwan's overall...
Friday 12 April 2024
US and Japan forge clean energy alliance amid global summit
In a landmark bilateral summit, the United States and Japan have solidified a groundbreaking partnership to spearhead the global transition towards clean energy. As reported by Nikkei,...
Monday 19 February 2024
How crude you? Oil giant Shell falls out of love with hydrogen
The oil giant Shell has shut down its hydrogen refueling stations in California.
Monday 19 February 2024
US-China geopolitical chess: Taiwan's energy sector emerges
The US Department of Energy remains steadfast in its drive to overhaul local energy infrastructure. In addition to the surge in demand for transformers vital to the electrical grid,...
Monday 5 February 2024
Geopolitical powder keg sees semiconductor manufacturing chains rush for autonomy
Governments around the world are pursuing semiconductor manufacturing autonomy against a backdrop of worsening regional geopolitical tensions.
Wednesday 31 January 2024
Survey snapshot: 81% of AmCham members bullish on Taiwan's economic outlook for 2024
The American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan (AmCham) recently released its 2024 Business Climate Survey, revealing a notable upswing in confidence among its members regarding...
Monday 11 December 2023
Huawei to launch 'disruptive' products in 2024
Yu Chengdong, Huawei's executive director and chairman of the Intelligent Automotive Solution BU, announced at the recent Pollen Annual Conference 2023 that the company plans to launch...
Wednesday 22 November 2023
Why the bipartisan infrastructure law is Biden's other climate bill
When the most significant climate law in US history, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), turned a year old in August, there was a slew of headlines marking the occasion. By contrast,...
Tuesday 21 November 2023
Samsung shifts investment focus to 3-nanometer tech in Taylor TX plant
Amidst the fluctuating semiconductor market and local factors in the US, Samsung Electronics is recalibrating the investment timeline for its plant in Taylor, Texas. Initially revealed...
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