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Passive components supply tightening as outbreak disrupts recruitment plans
Julian Ho, Taipei; Willis Ke, DIGITIMES

The coronavirus outbreak is disrupting Taiwan-based passive components makers' massive post-Lunar New Year recruitment plans, which may compound labor shortages, tightening global supply of MLCC and resistor chips and pushing up prices in the short...

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