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TSMC’s Kumamoto Plant (JASM) Grand Opening on 24th February, Poised to Shape Japan’s Semiconductor Landscape Over th

TAIPEI, Taiwan , February 23 /Businesswire/ - Tomorrow's opening of TSMC's Kumamoto Plant (JASM) in Japan is a game-changer! Set to redefine Japan's semiconductor industry for the next decade, TSMC's global dominance grows with its revenue share hitting 62% by 2024.


STORY TAGS: Survey, Japan, Taiwan, Asia Pacific, Environment, Apps/Applications, Technology, Semiconductor, Professional Services, Sustainability, Software, Audio/Video, Green Technology, Data Analytics,

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