The Semiconductor Crisis Has Not Peaked Yet

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The widespread effect of the semiconductor crisis on the automotive sector has been well documented of late, with many manufacturers halting production or altering vehicle specs in response to the shortage. Similarly, the increase in demand for laptops and gaming consoles as people were all stuck working, and playing, from home created a reduced availability of consumer electronics. Some economists are even predicting that the shortage of semiconductors will affect food prices as farmers are less able to rely on smart tech and revert to manual processes. Other consumer electronics that may not have peaked in demand will still increase in price as the semiconductor shortage extends its reach and items become scarce.

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