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BERLIN: German chipmaker Infineon Technologies said on Tuesday it plans a 50% hike in investments next year, boosting its shares as it looks to benefit from soaring demand and a global shortage in semiconductors.
BERLIN: German chipmaker Infineon Technologies is planning a 50% hike in investments next year, boosting its shares as it looks to benefit from soaring demand and a global shortage in semiconductors.
LONDON (Reuters) - BMW and Stellantis became the latest major carmakers to warn on Tuesday that the global semiconductor chip shortage that has bedeviled the industry this year will drag on throughout 2021 and beyond, hitting production and sales.
BERLIN: German chipmaker Infineon Technologies said on Tuesday it was battling extreme tightness in its markets as the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic disrupts production in Asia and inventories hit all-time lows.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday that production at its U.S. chip plant at Austin, Texas had returned to near-normal levels as of last week after more than a month of disruption that exacerbated a global chip capacity crunch.
(Reuters) - Governments around the world are subsidizing the construction of semiconductor factories as a chip shortage hobbles the auto and electronics industries and highlights the world's singular dependence on Taiwan for vital supplies.
iPhone suppliers are racing to meet surging demand for Apple Inc’s 5G handsets after tech-savvy consumers leaped on the first major wireless technology upgrade in a decade.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): German microchip maker Infineon Technologies will spend S$27 million over the next three years to make Singapore its first global hub to see artificial intelligence (AI) embedded in every job function.
BENGALURU (Reuters) - European shares jumped to an eight month high on Monday after drugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech flagged strong progress in their COVID-19 vaccine, while Joe Biden's presidential victory raised hopes of a more stable US trade policy.
SHANGHAI, Nov. 7 (Xinhua) -- China's new "dual circulation" development pattern is not about having its doors-closed, but rather opening up vast opportunities in the domestic as well as global markets, according to foreign firms attending the ongoing third China International Import Expo (CIIE).