Phoenix approved a $205 million infrastructure package for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.‘s $12 billion semiconductor plant in the city. The chip manufacturing facility by the world’s largest semiconductor maker would be its first advanced manufacturing plant in the U.S. TSMC makes chips for Apple and Qualcomm among others, as well as leading Chinese smartphone companies Xiaomi and...
Phoenix Approves $205 Million Infrastructure Package for $12 Billion TSMC Chip Fab
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