Taiwan’s Role in the U.S. Semiconductor Supply Chain Network
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The Wilson Center’s Taiwan Scholar Kristy Tsun-Tzu Hsu discusses the role Taiwan’s semiconductor industry can play not only in furthering Taipei’s global presence, but also partner with Washington to strengthen the supply chain of the United States and beyond. She is joined by the President of the U.S.-Taiwan Business Council Rupert Hammond-Chambers and the Wilson Center’s Director for Geoeconomics and Indo-Pacific Enterprise Shihoko Goto.
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