US congressional leaders meet on semiconductor chips bill

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US congressional leaders meet on semiconductor chips bill

Seeking agreement to subsidise US semiconductor manufacturing.

US congressional leaders have sought to forge a US$52 billion (A$75 billion) bipartisan deal to subsidise American semiconductor manufacturing and boost chip-makers' competitiveness with Chinese technology. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, senate majority leader Chuck Schumer, both Democrats, ...

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