Taiwan semiconductor could bring other firms to Phoenix

By Russ Wiles | Arizona Republic

Officials at Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. said they expect the company’s massive new north-Phoenix plant will attract suppliers and possibly customers as the Valley’s technology hub continues to expand.

The company has started to hire engineers for the $12 billion semiconductor plant that is projected to open in 2024, eventually bringing up to 1,900 jobs.

“We do expect the supply chain to strengthen due to our presence in Arizona,” Nina Kao, a Taiwan Semiconductor spokeswoman, said during an phone interview from Taiwan.


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