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Quick Answer: Chip Shortage — Alternative Ways to Source Semiconductors

Summary

Semiconductor shortages started in the automotive industry at the end of 2020, but later spread to other industry verticals. In addition to long-term strategies to solve the problem, procurement leaders must follow three steps to secure supply now and mitigate risk.

Published: 28 July 2021

ID: G00753823

Analyst(s): Masatsune Yamaji

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Note 1: Electronic Equipment Manufacturers

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