South Korean semiconductor makers are giving the U.S. data, but with some concern

The White House is enlisting allies in its efforts to rebuild U.S. manufacturing capacity in the high-tech sector. South Korean semiconductor makers are playing along, but with some misgivings.

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There is a good chance that however you’re listening right now – in your car or through a smart speaker or smartphone – semiconductors are helping make it happen. They’re a crucial technology, and they’re in short supply. So it was welcome news to the Biden administration that South Korean industrial giant Samsung plans to invest $17 billion in a new chip plant in Texas. But as NPR’s Anthony Kuhn

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