Micron says output at Chinese facility hit by city’s shutdown


The US company uses a test and assembly facility located in Xi’an. — AFP

Micron Technology Inc said its output of some computer memory will be hit by the closing of the Chinese city of Xi’an aimed at limiting a fresh outbreak of the Covid-19 virus.

The US company uses a test and assembly facility located in Xi’an. The chipmaker said it will be able to meet most of its customer demand, but new supply arrangements may cause delays.

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