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TSMC Outshines Semiconductor Recession as Samsung Struggles to Keep Pace

Taiwan's TSMC, the leading global foundry in semiconductor consignment production, continues to assert its dominance amidst the prevailing semiconductor recession. While TSMC experienced sales growth in May, rival Samsung Electronics is poised to hit a low point in the second quarter of this year. Undeterred, Samsung Electronics has formulated a plan to narrow the gap with TSMC by 2025, primarily through the construction of an additional foundry in the United States.

TSMC recorded sales of NTD 176.537 billion (approximately $5.7 billion) in May. Although this represents a 4.9% decrease compared to the same period last year. . .

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