Top Biden economic adviser seeks Taiwan's help on car chip shortage
Washington and Taipei, Feb. 20 (CNA) U.S. National Economic Council (NEC) Director Brian Deese has approached Taiwan, home to the world's largest contract chip maker, for assistance in easing an automobile chip shortage that has disrupted vehicle production in the U.S. and worldwide, the White House confirmed on Friday.
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