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| 04 March, 2021, 09:38 PM IST | E-Paper
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    Chips are down: The case for making India a semiconductor manufacturing hub

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    As these chips are now an integral part of almost all gadgets and equipment, the ripple effect has affected electronics, consumer durables and almost every other industry.

    For an industry that prides itself in being at the forefront of technological development, semiconductor makers have been unable to stay ahead of the curve. The result: a global shortage in semiconductors. As these chips are now an integral part of almost all gadgets and equipment, the ripple effect has affected electronics, consumer durables and almost every other industry. The automobile industry seems to have taken the biggest hit. There
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