Semiconductor Chips Fried In Omicron Wave



Marion Rae | 7news

Supply of semiconductor chips will remain tight despite companies learning to live with COVID-19, Moody’s Analytics has warned.

Chips are used in thousands of devices and the shortage will continue in 2022, senior economist Tim Uy said in a new report released on Monday.

But it is not expected to get much worse, as more economies achieve widespread vaccination coverage.

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