Why the EU Chip Act cannot guarantee the sovereignty of semiconductors

Our daily lives would stop until terribly fast without semiconductor chips and everything they allow us to do, from using smartphones to opening car doors to … basically everything.

A recent McKinsey study says semiconductor sales were about $ 600 billion in 2021, and the semiconductor industry is projected to by the end of the decade worth $ 1 trillion.

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