TSMC confirms plan to stop supplying chips to Huawei in two months

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Says it is no longer processing orders from the Chinese firm

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has confirmed the plan to officially end its relationship with Huawei, saying it would not supply chips to the Chinese technology giant after 14th ...

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