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How war between China and Taiwan could spark a shortage of smartphones, computers and brake sensors

Major concerns have been sparked in the tech industry over supply if China were to invade Taiwan amid the rising tensions between the two countries.

Experts have said that the most-advanced chip factory in the world on the island would be rendered ‘not operable’, plunging the global supply chain into chaos – resulting in a shortage of smartphones, computers and brake sensors.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has visited Taiwan despite repeated warnings from the Chinese not to, claiming it is a ‘violation of the one-China principle.’

She touched down in Taipei earlier this morning and was greeted by Foreign Minister Joseph Wu, before China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs immediately blasted the move, calling it a ‘serious disregard of China’s strong opposition.’

Apple chipmaker, the…


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