Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Global chip market outlook for 2023 gloomy

Gartner assured that the industry will lose sales of almost US$ 30 billion compared to this year. There are two factors at play: oversupply and its flip side, sluggish demand, and a global economy affected by inflation, rising interest rates and an incipient recession. TSMC will reduce its capital expenditure by 10% in 2022.

The consulting firm Gartner has drastically changed its forecast for the global semiconductor industry's revenue growth for 2023. Last July, it went from predicting a very slight growth of less than 1% compared to 2022, to forecasting a drop of 3.6%.

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