Taiwan TSMC Looking to Build New Semiconductor Factory in Japan and US | Reuters

On July 15, TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor contract manufacturer, announced that it is looking to build new factories in the United States and Japan. The photo is the TSMC …

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US President accuses voting restrictions of “authoritarianism” on 13th | Reuters

US President Joe Biden (pictured) will address Philadelphia on July 12 and point out the move to limit the voting rights of some Americans as “authoritarianism.” Taken in June at …

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Arizona Voting Regulations Legal, US Supreme Court Hits Democrats | Reuters

[Reuters]–The US Supreme Court ruled on the 1st that the Republican-backed tightening of voting restrictions in western Arizona is legal. The introduction of voting regulations in each state has been …

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Obama criticizes Trump for disapproving election results as “anti-democratic” | Reuters

On June 28, former US President Barack Obama criticized former US President Barack Obama for not admitting the election results, saying it was against the foundation of democracy. The photo …

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US stress test clears all 23 banks to buy back shares and lift dividend restrictions | Reuters

On June 24, the Federal Reserve Board (FRB) announced the results of a stress test conducted on major financial institutions. Since it turned out that the bank has sufficient capital, …

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U.S. government investigates wind power development off the Gulf of Mexico to popularize renewable energy | Reuters

On June 8, the US Home Office announced that it would investigate the potential of offshore wind power in the Gulf of Mexico. The photo is Secretary of the Interior …

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Taiwan TSMC Plans to Expand Factory in Arizona, USA = Related Sources | Reuters

TSMC, the world’s largest semiconductor contract manufacturer, plans to build another factory in Arizona, USA. Three people familiar with the matter revealed to Reuters. The photo is the company’s logo. …

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US Voting Restriction Act, Joint Statement by Over 100 Companies, including Apple | Reuters

More than 100 US companies, including Apple, Amazon.com, Ford Motor Company and Starbucks, have issued a joint statement challenging legislation that could limit voters’ voting rights. Photo taken in January …

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Former Secretary of Defense Esper claims the need to strengthen US troops in the Black Sea region | Reuters

On April 13, former Secretary of Defense Esper (pictured) insisted that the United States should strengthen its troops along the Black Sea in Bulgaria and Romania, with Russia in mind …

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Biden to strengthen measures against cyber and immigration issues Four people will be appointed to important positions | Reuters

US President Joe Biden is expected to appoint four people to key positions to strengthen the government’s measures against cybersecurity and immigration issues. Photo taken at White House on March …

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