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The US is spending $52 billion on R&D and incentives to revive its semiconductor industry
There is a reason many of today’s biggest tech companies are in the US. They are the children of the semiconductor revolution of the mid-20th century, whose epicentre was Silicon Valley.
The manufacturing of computer chips now largely takes place in east Asia, and the US wants to wrest back its position as a global leader.
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