A leading electronics contract manufacturer warns of the global chip shortage lasting until mid-2022
One of the world’s largest electronics contract manufacturers warns the global chip shortage could last until mid-2022, the G7 advanced economies have struck what they have termed a “historic agreement” on taxing multinationals, and China is taking measures to cool the renminbi rally. Plus, the FT’s venture capital reporter, Miles Kruppa, talks about cryptocurrency startups that aim to disrupt and decentralise finance.
Chip shortage to last until at least mid-2022, warns manufacturer
G7 strikes historic agreement on taxing multinationals
China boosts measures to cool renminbi rally
Silicon Valley bets on crypto projects to disrupt finance
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