The global chip supply crisis has disrupted production in many industries. While much of the news about the chip shortage has focused on the auto industry, industries ranging from medical devices to home appliances and consumer electronics continue to suffer. There doesn't appear to be a single hit. a quick solution to the current shortage, and the world is in dire need of significant investments in the global semiconductor supply chain in the coming years.
While chip shortages are likely to continue in the coming months, plans for supply resilience must be developed, from research and development to production.
Regardless of the current emergency situation, changes in semiconductor policy must be made with caution. The $500 billion semiconductor supply chain is one of the most complex in the world. Manufacturing a chip typically requires more than 1,000 steps and crosses many international borders before reaching the final customer. Policies that affect even one company or process can have major global effects.
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