Sales of semiconductors in the world in the second quarter increased in annual terms by 20.5% to a record 117 billion 900 million dollars, according to the data of the Semiconductor Industry Association. Relative to the previous quarter, the indicator increased by 6%. In the first half of the year, global sales of semiconductors increased by 20.4% in annual terms. In June, chips in the amount of 33 billion 310 million dollars were sold, which is 20.5% higher than a year ago, and is also a historical high. As the president and CEO of SIA, John Neuffer, noted, the growth rate of world semiconductor sales exceeds 20% for fifteen months in a row.
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