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global chip shortage

Taiwan's Acer sees global chip shortage gradually easing
Business & Finance

Taiwan's Acer sees global chip shortage gradually easing

  • From delayed car deliveries to a supply shortfall in home appliances to costlier smartphones, businesses and consumers across the globe are facing the brunt of an unprecedented shortage in semiconductor microchips.
  • Originally concentrated in the auto industry, the shortage has now spread to a range of other consumer electronics, including smartphones, refrigerators and microwaves.
Published 06 Apr, 2021 12:22pm
US automakers post high quarterly sales even as chip shortage bites
Business & Finance

US automakers post high quarterly sales even as chip shortage bites

  • The need for increased personal safety during the COVID-19 pandemic has boosted sales for automakers, as people prefer to travel by their own cars to using public transportation.
  • The No.1 US automaker said it estimates that the seasonally adjusted annual sales pace for the first quarter of the year was around 16.7 million units.
Published 01 Apr, 2021 09:24pm