Tech Roundup: Brazil’s wants to attract semiconductor producers

The government is hoping Brazil can become a major semiconductor hub, offering an alternative to Asian markets

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This week. Brazil announces more semiconductor incentives. Industry 4.0 still faces obstacles. And how inflation is becoming a problem for streaming services.

💻 Can Brazil attract semiconductor producers?

The Brazilian government is preparing a plan to expand incentives for the domestic semiconductor industry. Daniella Marques, the Economy Ministry’s special secretary for Productivity and Competitiveness, says the government wants to “simplify mechanisms for the entry and exit of materials and components” by reducing red tape and even facilitating remote work, while also granting sweeping tax breaks.

  • The incentives program should be launched in June.

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