Semiconductor Supplies In Trouble, Again
The US Government’s decision to restrict export of chip-making machinery to China could impact the semiconductor manufacturing market to possibly its lowest levels in the last 20 years. Signs of a slowing economy are apparent as American truckers accept lesser rates and non-viable routes, even as Europe’s gas crunch is affecting its fertilizer output.
The Rail Baltica Project could see demand for copper and electrical components increase many times over, while electricity consumption in the Baltic states is also due for a spike. Across the Atlantic, commercial aviation is set to embrace more sustainabi
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