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February 22, 2024

TSMC is Having More Luck Building in Japan Than in America

The Economist quotes Stephen Ezell in a story on the state of global semiconductor value chains.

February 22, 2024

Micron's Sanand Facility to Become Operational Next Year; Predictable Policy is Important: EVP Bhatia

The Times of India referenced ITIF's recent India semiconductors report in a story on increased investment in India's semiconductor manufacturing sector.

February 16, 2024

US Think Tank Urges India to Bolster Semiconductor Investment Appeal

Digitimes Asia wrote an article on ITIF's recent report about India's semiconductor sector.

February 6, 2024

‘Child Flag’ System Needed To Protect Teens From AR/VR: Report

TechNewsWorld wrote an article on Juan Londoño’s recent report regarding teen safety and AR/VR.

February 5, 2024

Washington Shores Up Friends In the Global Chip War

POLITICO's Digital Future Daily newsletter featured Stephen Ezell's recent report on the Dominican Republic's semiconductor sector and ITIF's subsequent event on the same topic.

February 5, 2024

AI Could Help Combat Climate Change, a New Study Finds

Quartz wrote an article on the Center for Data Innovation's report regarding energy usage and AI.

February 2, 2024

5 Questions for ITIF's Daniel Castro

POLITICO featured ITIF Vice President Daniel Castro as this week’s "5 Questions" guest.

February 2, 2024

Is the US-China Chip War Competing for Latin America? Dominica May Gain

VOA wrote a story on ITIF’s recent event on the Dominican Republic’s semiconductor sector.

February 1, 2024

Is There Any Place for Fossil Fuels in the Clean Hydrogen Future?

Canary Media quoted Senior Fellow Robin Gaster in a story about clean hydrogen.

January 31, 2024

Podcast: “Airlines Confidential” With Featured Guest Dorothy Robyn

ITIF Board Member and Fellow Dorothy Robyn appeared on the podcast Airlines Confidential to discuss consolidation in the industry with former Spirit Airlines CEO Ben Baldanza and former Wall Street Journal aviation editor columnist Scott McCartney.

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