Chip industry told to push ‘great reset’ button

KUALA LUMPUR: Businesses must be ready to switch on the “great reset” to prepare the semiconductor industry for the new normal, says Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Lim Ban Hong (pic).

He said this involves quickly redeploying talent, launching new business models, enhancing productivity and developing more medium- and long-term strategies.

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