Taiwan’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply. Photo: Bloomberg Taiwan’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply. Photo: Bloomberg
Taiwan’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply. Photo: Bloomberg

Taiwan’s coronavirus outbreak, drought and power cuts force semiconductor makers to ramp up contingency plans

  • The island’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply
  • The combination of risks threatens to knock back productivity in Taiwan’s US$10.3 billion semiconductor industry

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Taiwan’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply. Photo: Bloomberg Taiwan’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply. Photo: Bloomberg
Taiwan’s chip makers are grappling with surging coronavirus infections, a drought and erratic power supply. Photo: Bloomberg
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