Europe rearms after the semiconductor crisis




Difficulties in obtaining electronic parts, semiconductors and microchips, plastics and steel, are holding back the recovery of the European car industry, after the blow inflicted by the pandemic. A setback that Europe is trying to tackle as a business opportunity versus the current dominance of Asia and the United States. The goal now is to double semiconductor manufacturing in a decade

Both the EU and manufacturers see this crisis as an opportunity, and significant movements are already being detected in the consumer electronics industry, which have started to manufacture their own chips.

Thus, last Monday the European Commissioner Magrethe Vestager and the german chancellor Angela Merkel clothed the start-up in Dresden (Germany)


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