It’s back again. From PS5s to electric toothbrushes, the planet is still feeling the effects of the semiconductor shortage. It certainly doesn’t help that as our technology has grown more complex and “smarter”, the number of semiconductors needed has gone up, dealing blows to car manufacturing, and more specifically, electric car manufacturing. It’s expected that the shortage should continue well into 2022, and manufacturers are scrambling to keep up with Asia who dominates the chip market.
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