You have searched for "Semiconductors"
Showing 51-60 of 1770
KUALA LUMPUR: Semiconductor equipment manufacturers forecasts sales to exceed US$100bil (RM420bil) in 2022, which will be a new record as device makers continue to step up investments, according to a US-based semicon industry body.
SINGAPORE (Reuters): Singapore's economy lost momentum in the second quarter after battling new outbreaks of Covid-19 but expanded at its fastest annual pace in just over a decade, as the city-state continued to rebound from last year's coronavirus-induced plunge.
KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s export growth is projected to rebound by 8.2 per cent in 2021 driven by the improvement in external demand, said Deputy International Trade and Industry Minister Senator Datuk Lim Ban Hong.
LONDON: The U.K. was once the leading semiconductor innovator in Europe, producing the likes of Arm Ltd., whose technology is found in 90% of all mobile devices, and Imagination Technologies Group Ltd., which supplies chip designs used by Apple Inc.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Volkswagen first-half operating profit is expected to come in at around 11 billion euros ($13 billion), it said on Friday, even surpassing pre-pandemic levels on the back of strong demand in Europe and the United States.
TAIPEI (Bloomberg): Taiwan may on Thursday (July 8) unveil plans to partially ease Covid curbs from next week, as it weighs the need to revive the domestic economy against the risk posed by continued community infections and the global spread of the delta variant.
KUALA LUMPUR: Global semiconductor industry sales jumped 26.2% to US$43.6bil in May, up from US$34.6bil a year ago as demand for chips remained strong, the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) said.
CHINA, July 6, Global Times: Six Chinese ministries jointly issued a guideline over the weekend saying that by 2025, the nation aims to develop 10,000 "little giant" enterprises that specialize in niche sectors and 1,000 enterprises that are champions in a single industry, as well as groups of leading companies.
France's automobile industry continues to struggle as the global semiconductors shortage forces the industry to lower production.
Paris: After long months of lockdowns and curfews Europeans are looking forward to jetting off for a bit of sun and sand – only to find that their dream vacation risks turning into a nightmare as no rental cars are available.