Semiconductor shortage: hopes rise as key player Malaysia turns corner in Covid battle

It is not just Malaysia’s 33 million people who are breathing a collective sigh of relief as the country slowly turns a corner in its long fight to contain a devastating surge in Covid-19.Having been hit hard by factory closures and staff shortages in Malaysian facilities that test and package semiconductors, the likes of Toyota, Ford, General Motors and Skoda Auto are also likely to be toasting the gradual reopening of the economy.Malaysia’s little-known but crucial role in the semiconductor…

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