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TSMC Pointed Out That The Annual Chip Shortage Is Still Serious

TSMC Pointed Out That The Annual Chip Shortage Is Still Serious

Although the chip production line has been fully invested, it is still not enough! The president of TSMC’s Japanese subsidiary said that next year (2022) the chip shortage will continue to be serious. The Asahi Shimbun reported that the president (general manager) of TSMC’s Japanese subsidiary Makoto Onodera gave a speech at the automotive-related technology exhibition "Automotive world" held in Nagoya on the 27th. Regarding the global shortage of automotive chips, Makoto Onodera said, "Next year It will still be very serious." Due to the demand from the housing economy, orders for chips for PCs and game consoles have soared, and the shortage of chips for cars has forced automakers to reduce production. It usually takes half a year for chips to go from order to shipment. Supply and demand continue to be tight at present. Onodera Makoto pointed out that "the production line has been fully invested, but even this is still not enough." TSMC has formally stated its intention to build a semiconductor factory in Japan. Regarding the location and partners of the factory, Makoto Onodera did not clearly state, saying only that "it will be officially announced after approval by the board of directors."
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