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Watch: What Happens to the Semiconductor Supply Chain If China Invades Taiwan?

Supply Chain Brain

John Ferguson, chief executive officer of TBM Consulting Group, discusses the importance of Taiwan to global semiconductor production, and tells how the supply chain would be impacted by China invading Taiwan.

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What would happen if China invaded Taiwan?

Resilinc

One day in August 2022, a group of military and defense strategy experts gathered in Washington, DC, to play a game that simulated a Chinese amphibious invasion of Taiwan in 2026. How can the US prepare for a China-Taiwan war? What will happen to semiconductors if China invades Taiwan? A similar lag will apply to the U.S.,”

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Taiwan Turmoil Prompts Detours and Delays for Global Shipping

Supply Chain Brain

China’s announcement of military drills around Taiwan as U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits the island is already having ripple effects across global supply chains, prompting detours and causing delays of energy shipments.

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Taiwan Tensions Raise Risks in One of Busiest Shipping Lanes

Supply Chain Brain

and China over Taiwan has thrown a spotlight on growing risks to one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes — even a minor disruption could ripple through supply chains. The standoff between the U.S.

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China, Taiwan, and Semiconductor Risks – Part 2

NC State SCRC

As I alluded to in an earlier post, the scenario of China invading Taiwan, and halting all semiconductor production is highly unlikely, for a number of reasons. If China went into Taiwan and said “We are taking over,” the workforce would simply not support it! Are there other threats to Taiwan?

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Water and power shortages, and a COVID spike: a look at what’s going on in Taiwan

Resilinc

Just when you thought the semiconductor shortage couldn’t get any worse, more bad news is coming from Taiwan—home to about two-thirds of global chip manufacturing capacity. The leading chip maker globally, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. UMC) reported daily consumption of 31,500 metric tons in that year.

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Earthquake Update 2 - What You Need to Know About the Quakes in Taiwan

Elementum

Taiwan was hit by another 5.7 While not the business center of Taiwan (commerce is concentrated on the country’s west coast) Hualien is a popular tourism hub. While not the business center of Taiwan (commerce is concentrated on the country’s west coast) Hualien is a popular tourism hub.

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