Going gets tough for chip makers


  • Business
  • Saturday, 08 Jun 2019

Likely slowdown: A Unisem facility in the Chengdu, China. The semiconductor sector is facing a global slowdown on the back of rising trade uncertainties and slower economic growth across advanced and developing countries.

The going is getting tough for Malaysian companies in the semiconductor scene as global semiconductor sales hit the brakes after three consecutive years of record performance.

The local semiconductor sector is facing a slowdown on the back of rising trade uncertainties and slower economic growth across advanced and developing countries.

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