If the Taiwan dispute worsens, the chip problem will become very serious.

If the dispute increases, then the problem of shortage of semiconductors can once again take a serious form and its direct impact will be on the production of electric products including mobiles, TVs, computer-laptops. , cars. Due to the Russo-Ukraine war after the Corona epidemic, there has been a severe shortage of semiconductors in the […]
 


If the Taiwan dispute worsens, the chip problem will become very serious.

If the dispute increases, then the problem of shortage of semiconductors can once again take a serious form and its direct impact will be on the production of electric products including mobiles, TVs, computer-laptops. , cars.

Due to the Russo-Ukraine war after the Corona epidemic, there has been a severe shortage of semiconductors in the world for the last two years. Now the way America and China are drawing swords face to face on the issue of Taiwan, the concern is increasing.

Because Taiwan is the world’s leading producer of semiconductors. Taiwan supplies the most sophisticated chips, contributing nine percent of the total global supply of semiconductors.

India will also face difficulties if the supply of semiconductors from Taiwan is disrupted due to tensions between China and the US. 9% of the world’s semiconductor manufacturing companies are headquartered in Taiwan.

The US ranks first with a 25% share in the consumption of semiconductors. After that China is second with 24 percent share and Europe is third with 20 percent share. South Korea and Japan each account for 6 percent of the consumption.