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DJ Global chip shortages to last 2 more years: Intel CEO

By Pierre Briançon

Biden last week used a meeting with auto and tech executives to push his $2.3 trillion infrastructure spending plan to plead for a stronger domestic chip-building industry

New Intel Chief Executive Pat Gelsinger said on Thursday that supply constraints, and the "immense" investment needed to meet demand, mean that the chip shortages affecting the automobile industry and other sectors are likely to last two more years.

Read:Volvo Crushed Earnings. The Truck Maker Can Shrug Off the Chip Shortage (link).

The outlook: One year of supply-chain disruptions has forced governments the world over to examine ways to "reshore" critical industries, with chip making high on the list of strategic priorities. Last week, the U.K. government launched a probe (link)of the $40 billion Nvidia (NVDA) takeover of U.K.-based Arm on security grounds.

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