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In Praise of a NATO-Like Semiconductor Alliance

Coordinating the capabilities and investments of an East Asian-European-American triumvirate is touted as a way to fix a disjointed global semiconductor supply chain.
Western chip alliance patterned after NATO

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By George Leopold

As the pandemic took hold two years ago, among the unforeseen consequences were crippling supply chain disruptions. We’ve since figured out the toilet paper supply-demand equation, but remain a long way from fixing the strategic global semiconductor manufacturing pipeline.

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