Global Chip Shortage Is Far From Over as Wait Times Get Longer - WSJ

November 17, 2021


“Nobody expected it to get as challenging as it is right now,” said Ambrose Conroy, founder of supply-chain consulting firm Seraph. “We’re not going to get ahead of this for quite a while.” - Ambrose Conroy

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