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Munich/Paris — Governments around the world are subsidising the construction of semiconductor factories as a chip shortage hobbles the automotive and electronics industries and highlights the world’s singular dependence on Taiwan for vital supplies.

But beyond a consensus that something must be done to diversify supplies, divisions over strategy are emerging along with concerns that free-spending governments could spur over-building in an industry that has historically been highly cyclical...

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