Morrison visited the US for a series of talks including the first Quads meeting. © Drew Angerer-Staff / Getty.
Morrison visited the US for a series of talks including the first Quads meeting. © Drew Angerer-Staff / Getty.

Supply chain alliance to ease semiconductor shortage

27 September 2021

Australia is to work with the other Quad nations – the US, Japan and India – to establish clean energy supply chains and ease a global semiconductor shortage, according to prime minister Scott Morrison.

Morrison told reporters after the Quad meeting in Washington on Friday (24 September) that the four countries had agreed on a supply chain partnership that will include connecting Australian minerals production with end users in the US, India and Japan.

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