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US President Biden visits Samsung Electronics plant in South Korea

US President Joe Biden chose to visit South Korea on his first trip to Asia after taking office. The first stop of his visit last Friday (May 20) was Samsung Electronics' ultra-large wafer foundry in Pyeongtaek. Meeting with South Korea's new president, Yoon Suk-yeol, here, the two announced that the United States and South Korea will forge a new economic and security alliance based on high-tech, supply chain cooperation. Reuters and CBS News reported that in a speech at the Samsung factory on the 20th, Biden pointed out that the economic shock caused by the Ukraine-Russian war further showed the need to protect key supply chains. In this way, the US economy and national security will not be affected. would rely on "a country whose values are very different from ours". "I think the key to meeting the standard is to work with close partners who share the same values, such as the Republic of Korea." Biden said that the future will be dominated by the Indo-Pacific region, and now is the time for the United States and like-minded partners to invest in each other.
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