Taiwanese semiconductor manufacturing The world’s largest contract chip maker is considering building a semiconductor plant in Singapore to help address global supply shortages, according to people familiar with the issue.

A final decision has not yet been made, and details of the plan are still being discussed, but preliminary talks include a large plant that will cost billions of dollars, one man said. The Singapore government, a major center for the production of chips, could help fund the plant, and talks are under way with the government’s Economic Development Council, some of the people say.

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