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Chipmaker takes a blow after tech giant removes it from its laptops
UK and US links risk exposing Chinese group’s core computer systems to political disputes
Takayuki Kobayashi says country needs a strategic vision that matches US and China approaches
World’s biggest contract semiconductor maker says customers more willing to pay higher prices
South Korean company has record sales but warns semiconductors could be entering downcycle
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Low mooted valuation and healthy outlook make chipmaker one to watch
Europe’s largest semiconductor company Infineon says orders equate to demand for 120m cars a year
US bid to seek inventory transparency likely to have limited impact
Semiconductor supply problems are having widespread effect in a country with 276m registered vehicles
A tale of a friends and family at London’s most valuable semiconductor company.
With sanctions derailing its traditional operations, the telecoms group is now rushing to boost areas such as cloud services
Request comes as Biden administration officials plan summit with companies including Apple and Intel on Thursday
Japan’s oldest conglomerate is under mounting pressure to deliver a radical plan for its future
Opening of Infineon’s facility in Austria coincides with chronic shortage of auto chips
Ursula von der Leyen’s proposed ‘Chips Act’ will struggle to reduce European dependence on imports
Shortages of component have squeezed industries from carmaking to consumer electronics
Semiconductor and electronics prices are likely to climb as supply costs surge and demand remains strong
Semiconductor manufacturers struggle to get on top of order backlog
Efforts to revive the sector may be doomed by too little investment and insufficient government expertise
A London IPO for the chip designer would send a strong signal about Britain’s tech competitiveness
World’s largest carmaker disrupted by chip shortages in south-east Asia
Coronavirus resurgence poses challenge for Japanese company’s €4.8bn acquisition of Apple supplier Dialog
Russian gold miner expects problem afflicting car industry to hit makers of mining vehicles and machinery
UK group’s position as a designer is a strength but it does not make it wholly immune to a chip downturn