TSMC expects to catch up with customer demand for auto chips end June

TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd (TSMC) expects to be able to catch up with the “minimum requirement” of customer demand for auto chips by the end of June, its chairman told US broadcaster CBS. “Today, we think we are two months ahead, that we can catch up the minimum requirement of our customers, before the end of June,” he said. Asked he meant the auto chip shortage would end in two months, he said “no”. In car chips particularly, the supply chain is long and complex. While the chip shortage began first being felt by automakers, it has since spread to other sectors like consumer electronics.

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