UK and Japan join forces on chip supply with Taiwan ties feeling ‘risky’ in China conflict

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By Millie Turner The UK and Japan have pledged to improve the resilience of their semiconductor supply chains, as part of a freshly inked partnership between nations. In a statement today, the UK government said the partnership – which will oversee a combined IT sector worth more than £406bn – will further cement foundations for trade and investment between both economies. While Taiwan would seem like the likely contender for a semiconductor supply chain partnership in the Asia-Pacific region, Carl-Johan Carlstedt, intelligence analyst at security intelligence firm Dragonfly, told City A.M. th…

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