Earlier this month, European Union released a 2030 Digital Compass plan, targeting for 20% of global semiconductor production by 2030. Europe is certainly not alone on the way of seeking independency on chip design and manufacturing. But has Europe found the right direction to maintain its leadership and competitiveness in advanced semiconductor? Jan-Peter Kleinhans, a Germany semiconductor expert shared his thoughts in this video. Jan-Peter Kleinhans is Project Director of the Technology and Geopolitics topic area at Stiftung Neue Verantwortung (SNV), a non-profit think tank in Germany.
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