The Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is reportedly discussing with the Singapore government plans to open a plant in that country.

TSMC is well known for producing Apple Series A and M chipsas well as AMD processors, but the tech giant also manufactures chips for display drivers and power management, which are lacking due to supply constraints due to blockages associated with COVID-19. These supply restrictions have already cost Apple $ 6 billion over the past two quarters, and that amount could rise to $ 8 billion.

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