EU explores chipmaker alliance as alternative to foreign-funded megafab

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EU explores chipmaker alliance as alternative to foreign-funded megafab

Aims to double semiconductor market share by 20 percent.

The European Union is considering creating a semiconductor alliance including STMicroelectronics, NXP, Infineon and ASML to cut dependence on foreign chipmakers amid a global supply chain crunch, four EU officials said. The plan, which is at a very preliminary stage, may include a pan-European ...

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