China’s semiconductor output declined for first time since 2019 in Q1 amid Covid-19 curbs, weaker demand

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China’s semiconductor output declined for the first time since 2019 in the first quarter amid supply chain disruptions as the government imposed strict lockdowns and other restrictions under its zero-Covid policy.

The country’s integrated circuits (ICs) output declined by 5.1% in March from a year earlier to 28.5 billion units, compared with a 1.2% drop in the January-February period, according to data released by the National Bureau of . . .

 

 

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