Silicon supply chain disruptions could worsen as China announces new lockdown in Shenzhen

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Supply Chain disruptions could worsen as China announces new lockdown in Shenzhen city
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Supply Chain disruptions could worsen as China announces new lockdown in Shenzhen city

Foxconn said Sunday it was suspending operations in the city in response to a government-imposed lockdown

Tech companies are preparing for yet another round of potentially crippling supply chain disruptions, after China's announcement of a lockdown in the city of Shenzhen on Sunday. Shenzhen is a ma...

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