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Chipmakers from Taiwan to the US are cranking up production to address shortages that have hammered automakers and other customers as they try to emerge from the coronavirus pandemic.
NEW YORK: Wall Street stocks posted their second straight daily gain on Wednesday, with robust corporate earnings and renewed optimism about the U.S. economic recovery fueling a risk-on rally.
BERLIN (Reuters) - BMW said on Tuesday nearly all its German plants were affected by an ongoing shortage of semiconductors that are currently preventing the luxury carmaker from completing around 10,000 cars.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): China's business environment has become more accessible for European companies in a number of areas, the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China said.
As Tokyo again prepares to host the Games this week, Japan is in a technological funk. Its heyday of setting the pace in televisions, recording devices and computers is far behind it.
(Reuters) -Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries said on Monday it will build a second factory near its in Malta, New York, headquarters, and spend $1 billion to boost output to address the global chip shortage.
Technology stocks have largely been shielded from Beijing’s clampdown, as they are engaged in businesses that are underpinned by policy supportCut in banks’ reserve requirement ratio may further aid Chinese technology stocks trading onshore, according to brokerages
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan's TSMC posted record quarterly sales and forecast revenue for the current quarter will jump by at least a fifth, boosted by a pandemic-led surge in global demand for semiconductors that power smartphones, laptops and cars.
SINGAPORE: Singapore's economy contracted in the second quarter after battling new outbreaks of COVID-19 but economists expect it to get back on track quickly as global growth picks up and vaccination rates rise.