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The Global Semiconductor Shortage

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As the coronavirus crisis reshapes supply and demand, chip companies are scrambling. And if there’s an industry that can’t simply ramp up production in a hurry, or ask clients to do without their product for a while, or shift around parts of their manufacturing rapidly, it’s the chip industry. Here’s a look at how chips became the “oil of the digital age” – and the geopolitical complications surrounding their supply. – DW News [embedded content] Share this:Like this:Like Loading...

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As the coronavirus crisis reshapes supply and demand, chip companies are scrambling. And if there’s an industry that can’t simply ramp up production in a hurry, or ask clients to do without their product for a while, or shift around parts of their manufacturing rapidly, it’s the chip industry.

Here’s a look at how chips became the “oil of the digital age” – and the geopolitical complications surrounding their supply. – DW News

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