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MOEA Deputy Minister Touts Plans to Step Up Publicity
Posted on 2023-05-09 08:14:13
In news from and about Taiwan this morning,

Deputy Economics Minister Lin Chuan-neng says the government plans to do more
to let the world know that Taiwan is safe and stable.

According to Lin, geopolitical developments cannot be controlled, but the
government will continue to help Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing maintain
its core competitiveness and create value in the global supply chain.

The statement comes after Warren Buffett last week indicated that he chose to
cut his stake in T-S-M-C because of rising geopolitical tensions between
China and the United States and China and Taiwan.

The deputy economics minister says he expects T-S-M-C to continue driving
technological development in Taiwan and the government will continue to tell
the world that Taiwan is "safe and stable."

Meanwhile, National Development Council deputy minister Shih Keh-her says he
believes Buffett, as an investor, was expressing his opinion about T-S-M-C's
important role in the global supply chain while also emphasizing the
importance of Taiwan's security.

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