Fire at major chipmaker 'worse than first thought'

30 March 2021

Strained global semiconductor supply chains received another blow after it emerged a fire at a major semiconductor factory in Japan could be worse than first thought.

Renesas Electronics Corp now believes damage from a fire at its chip-making plant was more extensive than initially believed, according to Nikkei Asia.

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