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China’s March semiconductor output hurt by supply chain issues

China’s total output of semiconductors in March declined sharply from the previous two months, dragged down by supply chain disruptions in manufacturing industries, as the government reinstated lockdowns and other restrictions under its zero-Covid-19 policy. The country's production of integrated circuits (ICs) dropped 5.1% from a year earlier to 28.5 billion units (as compared to last year wen it surged 37.4% to 29.1 billion units).

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