After years of surging demand for memory chips to power personal computers, smartphones and gaming devices, shipments are starting to slow. Semiconductor makers say it could affect the production of other chips.
WSJ semiconductors reporter Asa Fitch joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss what the decline means for the industry’s future.
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