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Global chip shortage: 5 million Hong Kong dollars chips were robbed during transportation in Hong Kong

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A logistics company was hired to transport a batch of high-priced electronic chips worth about HK$5 million to the warehouse of the industrial building. Unexpectedly, the delivery workers were attacked by three gangsters in the elevator of the industrial building, and the chips were robbed. After the culprit succeeded, he fled in a pickup vehicle. The Hong Kong police has filed a case and no one has been arrested yet.

According to reports,14 boxes of electronic chips worth 650,000 US dollars (about 5 million Hong Kong dollars) was being transported to the 8th Floor, East Asia Spinners Industrial Building, 2 He Tin Street, Tuen Mun, It  is suspected that the relevant information was leaked and was robbed by gangsters.

The incident occurred at about 3 pm on June 16. According to the report, the Hong Kong police is investigating. Currently, the global chip market is in short supply. On June 16, China’s chip leader SMIC revealed on the investor interaction platform that the company’s revenue from European and American customers accounted for nearly 45% of its revenue in the first quarter of this year, and its production capacity is currently in short supply.

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