With Singapore lockdown underway, 'essential' chipmakers count on less disruption

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With Singapore lockdown underway, 'essential' chipmakers count on less disruption

After vague lockdown rules hit supply chains.

Computer chip manufacturers are banking on fewer disruptions to their factories from this week's strict lockdown in Singapore than the havoc wreaked on their supply chains last month when Malaysia and the Philippines imposed vague restrictions about "essential" operations. Chipmake...

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