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Brace for production cuts, shipment delay due to chip shortage: Analysts

The suppliers' delivery time index component of the manufacturing PMI declined in eight out of nine Asian economies in August to an average of 41.3 from 42.0 in July - both below the 50 mark threshold

semiconductor industry | Nomura

Puneet Wadhwa  |  New Delhi 

Chipmaking, Chips, Chip makers

The semiconductor chip shortage that has put most industries, especially the auto sector in India, on a bumpy road is unlikely to resolve soon. According to a latest report by Nomura, the spread of the delta variant amid still-low vaccination rates in many ASEAN economies and China’s zero tolerance Covid strategy has prompted governments to impose restrictions and order factory / port closures.

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First Published: Thu, September 02 2021. 11:01 IST