Geopolitics and the push for domestic semiconductor manufacturing

AutotechInsight Analysis Monthly

The race to adopt the most advanced chip manufacturing nanotechnology is more than just a commercial endeavor; geopolitics is also involved.

The ongoing global semiconductor shortage is causing major problems for many industries worldwide. The shortage has been going on for a while, triggered first by the pandemic slowing production and exacerbated by a variety of factors ranging from changing market dynamics to geopolitical tensions.

Thank you for visiting S&P Global AutoTechInsight.

*A subscription to News & Analysis includes four S&P Global-selected sector-specific analytical pieces per month. Access to all analytic pieces across all domains comes with a subscription to All Domains. Please click here to subscribe.

To get access to the AutoTechInsight full suite of services, please contact a sales representative by clicking here.

Already a subscriber? Please log in here

preload preload preload preload preload preload