News TSMC Warns Clients of up to 9% Price Hike in 2023

May 11, 2022
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The weekly supply status changes are getting a little long in the tooth. Too much propaganda at a point in time when we're already past it.

Sensational! Inducing a feeling of insecurity!

No..

The reality of the situation: Flow has gradually returned to normal while a bubble of insane tech companies gasp for the last glimpses of a capital goldmine on a version 1.oh internet.

Nothing to sea hear..
 

2Be_or_Not2Be

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Yeah, a lot of people don't even get a COLA raise. Yet, the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer. Corporations have better rights than their employees. Such is life...

Me - I just want Intel to bring Optane back. ;)
 

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May 11, 2022
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Well they have a virtual lock on large scale production of 5nm and smaller so they can basically charge whatever they want at this point....
TSMC better enjoy it while they can,
until China takes it all away.
 

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65% per year in Argentina and you complain
I definitely wasn't complaining, just pointing out that it is less than 3%. Inflation fluctuates, and some countries are effected differently. The smaller ones with less negotiation power will feel the worst of global crisis'.
 

watzupken

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If all these supposed fab expansion plan can really help alleviate the chip shortage issue, then the window of opportunity for TSMC or any fab to continue to milk their customer is going to be limited. At this point, they can hold their customer hostage since supply is still “limited”, but you produce more only because demand is abnormally high over the last 2 years. Now, most if not all signs are pointing to a decline in demand, and not in single digit % decline, but double digits.
 

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