The US is subsidizing itself to the top when it comes to chips

San Francisco, Munich The US is pushing to the top of the global chip industry. By the middle of the decade, chip companies will have invested more than $122 billion in new plants in America. This is shown by an exclusive evaluation by the supply chain specialist Everstream for the Handelsblatt.

The construction boom is leading to a shift in power on the chip market. America is gaining in importance, Europe is falling further behind: According to Everstream, only factories with an investment volume of 32 billion dollars will go into operation in the EU by 2025. The EU has set itself the goal of doubling its share of global chip production to twenty percent by 2030. Both the USA and Europe want to make themselves as independent as possible from imports.

Because the components are the basis of modern industrial society, they are in Airbus and Boeing planes as well as in Ford pick-ups, Mercedes SUVs or Apple iPhones.

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