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Tool Order: TSMC expanding 200mm fab in China

01 February 2011 | By Mark Osborne | News > Wafer Processing

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TSMC has also transferred approximately US$25.9 million worth of equipment to its China fab in recent days, according to financial documents.

TSMC said in its most recent quarterly conference call that it would be aggressively expanding its 200mm fab in Shanghai. The foundry plans to double capacity by early 2012 to 110,000wpsm.

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