Challenges are marring the semiconductor boom in the U.S.
Hendrik Sybrandy

While rebooting the U.S. semiconductor industry is a top priority, the U.S. needs foreign help to do that. 

The Taiwanese company TSMC makes over 90 percent of the world's most sophisticated chips, the kind that provide speed and muscle for AI. 

TSMC says it plans to invest around $40 billion to build a new plant in Arizona, but it's facing challenges that are creating long delays. 

CGTN's Hendrik Sybrandy reports.

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