Chips play an important role in our lives. Almost all electronic products, large and small, include chips. The global shortage of chips has a serious impact on manufacturing, including the US automobile manufacturing industry. Taiwan’s Minister of Economy, Wang Meihua, said on Saturday that she had received a letter from the US White House talking about the global shortage of automotive chips.

Brian Deese, director of the White House National Economic Council, wrote to the Taiwanese government in the middle of last week, hoping that the other party can help solve the problem of chip shortages, so that the local auto manufacturing industry that has been forced to stop work can resume work as soon as possible. Bloomberg News reported that Deese not only thanked Wang Meihua for personally coordinating with Taiwan's chip industry, but also reflected the concerns of US automakers about the lack of chips.

Wang Meihua said that the chip shortage problem affects the global automotive industry, including the United States, Japan and Europe, and Taiwan, as an important supplier, will do its best to assist. She also reiterated that meetings have been held with Taiwan’s chip manufacturing industry in the past few weeks, and the manufacturers are doing their best.

It is reported that the affected automakers include VW, Ford, Subaru, Toyota, Nissan, Fiat, and Chrysler, etc. The severity of the incident has increased to the level of national diplomacy. In addition to the letter sent by the US government to Taiwan, the German Minister of Economy also addressed Wang Meihua. Send a letter for help.

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