"Micro-Star International (MSI) is moving some of its production back to Taiwan to avoid the impact of the trade war between the world's two biggest economies, with its local facilities now making all graphics cards to be shipped to the US, according to company president SC Chiang.
Chiang said that a small volume of motherboards are now made in Taiwan, and its local capacity for notebook production has increased to 25,000 units monthly from 1,000 units, with inventory in the US able to last for 2.5-3 months.
The US market contributes roughly 25% of MSI's annual revenues, prompting the company to step up relocating production lines of related products to mitigate impacts of the 25% tariffs the US may levy on China-made notebooks and motherboards in the near future, Chiang said."
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