The report pointed out that Penang, as Malaysia’s most important electronics manufacturing base, is estimated to account for 5% of global semiconductor exports; in 2020, Penang’s exports reached a record high of RM310 billion (about US$77 billion), of which 82% % is contributed by electrical and electronic and professional, scientific and control instruments (including medical equipment). Thomson-Lim-Grove-Ross-in-Penang-1024x66 Photo Credit: intel In 1972, Penang Chief Lim Chong Yew (2nd from left) met with three Intel executives who came to invest.
Malaysia's semiconductor industry under geopolitical old picture restoration changes As the U.S. semiconductor industry began to transfer labor-intensive and low-tech packaging and testing plants to developing countries in the 1960s, Malaysia and Taiwan seized this opportunity to develop their economies. For example, Kaohsiung had semiconductors in 1966. Industrial processing export zone. As mentioned earlier, Malaysia did not have the "eight samurai" to develop the semiconductor industry until 1972, only 6 years later than Taiwan. 1 2 »
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