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TSMC open to China bid for company: chairman

A potential investor would need to pay about US$30b for a 25 per cent stake in the firm

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Mr Chang said he would consider an offer of NT$280 a share for the chipmaker, which "few suitors" would be able to afford.

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world's biggest contract chipmaker, would consider selling itself to a Chinese bidder, Nikkei reported, citing chairman Morris Chang.

Mr Chang said on Saturday from the company's headquarters in Hsinchu that he would consider an

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