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The global chip shortage has impacted economies around the world and across countless industries. Join Cristiano R. Amon, the president and CEO of Qualcomm, the semiconductor and wireless telecommunications company, for a conversation on why he thinks the world was headed towards a global chip shortage, with or without COVID-19, and why he believes that the semiconductor problem will greatly improve in the second half of 2022.
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President & CEO, Qualcomm


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