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Diverse capabilities, infrastructure help drive chips industry in Singapore

Technicians at work in a clean room. Singapore is home to not just some of the world’s biggest semiconductor foundries, but also three of the top outsourced semiconductor assembly and test companies. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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As the world marches steadily towards a smarter, more mobile and connected future, Singapore as a semiconductor hub has kept in step, plugging itself higher up the value chain over the decades.

The Republic's semiconductor industry is one of the region's most diverse, having drawn global giants and an ecosystem of small and mid-sized firms up and downstream.

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