The EU Invests in the Semiconductor Industry

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A Shortage of Semiconductors In 2021 and 2022 the world has experienced a shortage of semiconductors that forced companies to scramble for solutions. Many have been forced to temporarily close down production several times because of the shortage and the number of vehicles produced has dropped. The shortage has led many national governments, as well as the EU, to take measures to support the development in the semiconductor industry in their respective countries. The US and India are among the countries that have launched multi-billion dollar programmes to support semiconductor development in their countries. Asian countries, especially Taiwan and China,…...

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Mats Larsson Mats is a business and sustainability consultant with 30+ years' experience. In the past 15 years he has written extensively about the large-scale transformations to electromobility and a circular economy that are in their early phases, but also worked with business development in many other high-tech and sustainability areas. He is an experienced project and change manager, has developed strategies for companies in a wide range of industries, and likes to tackle subjects of importance for the development of society. He was one of the first to write a book about e-business strategy, "The Transparent Market," written with David Lundberg and published in 1998.