Samsung would contract manufacture chips for self-driving features in Tesla vehicles, the paper reported, without putting a value on the order.
The South Korean firm has been trying to build auto-related sales for components such as semiconductors and displays in a push to develop a new growth engine. Samsung in November said it would acquire Harman International Industries (har) for $8 billion in a bid to grow quickly in the automotive market.
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Samsung did not immediately comment on the report, while Tesla could not be immediately reached for comment.