Covid-19 has shaken the global economy at a time when the geopolitical and economic order was already in flux.
From its origins in Silicon Valley, the semiconductor industry has evolved over decades under intense competitive pressures into a highly specialized global industry. This evolution is now having geopolitical consequences.
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