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Yes, the global microchip shortage is COVID's fault. No, it won't end any time soon

By John L Hopkins, Innovation Fellow, Swinburne University of Technology
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Shutdowns at microchip factories, panic-buying by electronics manufacturers, and legions of workers and home-schoolers needing new devices, have put a global squeeze on the electronics market.

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