YT Boon: Semiconductor shortage is fixable but it will take a long time

James Baxter-Derrington
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YT Boon: Semiconductor shortage is fixable but it will take a long time

The ongoing semiconductor shortage is set to continue for years but is a “fixable” issue that will not plague 5G for its entire lifespan, according to manager of the Neuberger Berman InnovAsia 5G fund YT Boon.

Speaking to Investment Week, Boon explained that demand has rapidly outstripped supply, largely as a result of the acceleration of a "digital lifestyle" caused by global lockdowns. "If you think about...

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