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Chip industry as brake on growth

It is a decision that has little to do with price – but all the more with experience and reliability. Its effect, however, is all the greater. “Anyone who builds IT infrastructure for the financial industry will rarely opt for microchips from China,” says a manager from the semiconductor industry. Since we are talking about competitors, he does not want to be named. But he reveals, “Even if their products are cheaper and perform the same, they’re more likely to choose vendors with whom there’s been a relationship of trust for years.”

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