TSMC Staff Was Forced To Evacuate, As Production Comes To A Halt Caused By A Massive Earthquake With A 7.4 Magnitude

A cataclysmic event struck Taiwan, including the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturer TSMC, as it was forced to evacuate staff and stop production thanks to a massive earthquake, which, according to a recent update by NPR, hit near the eastern city of Hualien at 7:58AM local time. With a magnitude of 7.4, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, it is the strongest earthquake to hit the island in 25 years. A company spokesperson said that upon initial inspection, the construction appeared to be normal, but regular work at the sites was suspended. A statement has also been given below. “TSMC’s safety […]

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