Affected by the shortage of semiconductors, small home appliances may also be out of stock

On April 26, according to foreign media reports, as the global semiconductor supply is in short supply, most of the semiconductor production capacity is shifting to the production of high value-added products, and traditional home appliances will also face chip shortages and out of stock. According to forecasts, for a period of time in the future, home appliances such as washing machines and bread makers are likely to be affected by the game, and South Korea's two home appliance giants Samsung and LG both stated that the current shortage of chips has posed a risk of out-of-stock production.