Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) registered growth in profit and revenue in Q2, benefitting from a surge in demand for chips across a range of industries.
Net income attributable to shareholders grew 76.4 per cent year-on-year to a record TWD237 billion ($7.9 billion), while consolidated revenue was up 43.5 per cent to TWD534.1 billion.
TSMC raised its revenue forecast for the full year from 30 per cent set in early June to the mid-30 per cent range, Bloomberg reported.
The contract chipmaker stated in its earnings release shipments of 5nm chips accounted for 21 per cent of total wafer revenue, while 7nm components made up 30 per cent.
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