Government Support Escalation

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    May 21, 2021 — Strategy and Tactics: Government Semiconductor Support Escalation.WildPhotons: As Water Reflects...
    G. Dan Hutcheson G. Dan Hutcheson
    Government Support Escalation: They say that a frog in hot water will jump out. But a frog in water where the temperature is slowly being elevated will sit there and cook. The history of government support of semiconductors is a story of both. The water was slowly being elevated in the 1990s and 2010s. Then in 2021, the burner was turned up to high on the induction cooktop of the semiconductor shortage.

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