In Conversation with S&P Global Mobility's Jeremie Bouchaud
With little visibility on chip supplies and despite growing investments for capacity expansion at semiconductor manufacturers, the problem, however, is likely to persist for at least another two years.
The semiconductor shortage has crippled the global automotive industry which is scrambling for chips to manage production of vehicles almost on a weekly basis. With little visibility on chip supplies and despite growing investments for capacity expansion at semiconductor manufacturers, the problem, however, is likely to persist for at least another two years as explained by Jeremie Bouchaud.
Bouchaud also says that demand for analogue chips - those ranging between 200nm and 40nm process node technologies - continues to be strong from both automotive and non-automotive industries at the moment.
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