Pegatron To Open Plants In Indonesia and Vietnam

Pegatron, the world’s second-largest contract manufacturer of electronics,  announced plans to have new factories in Indonesia and Vietnam in operation by the end of the year. The company’s trying to reduce its reliance on its plants in China, where operating costs have risen due to higher labor costs and the U.S.-China trade war.  Pegatron is among … More Pegatron To Open Plants In Indonesia and Vietnam

Pentagon Pressures Taiwan Semi to Produce Chips In U.S.

  Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. is being pressured by the Pentagon to produce its military-use chips in the U.S., in order to ensure the potential of Chinese interference. TSMC makes computer chips for the American F-35 fighter jets and serves as a key supplier to Apple as well as Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies. “The … More Pentagon Pressures Taiwan Semi to Produce Chips In U.S.