The microelectronics sector has been facing difficulties in accessing and providing components and systems at the European level, whether due to the impact of geopolitical tensions, resource shortages, or disruptions in distribution and production chains caused by the pandemic. This has highlighted the dominance of the Asian market and the need for Europe to have greater autonomy in this influential and structural sector for the digital transition. The Microelectronics Agenda was conceived with an integrated approach and alignment with European initiatives such as IPCEI on Microelectronics and the EU Chips Act, aiming to unlock the potential of the semiconductor industry and bring added value to European society and the economy. The Agenda represents the first step in the national response to Europe's need to address systemic shortcomings in the sector through structural investments to strengthen production capacity, innovation, skills, and the generation of relevant information in the national semiconductor industry.
In this Agenda, INL will cooperate directly with ATEP – Amkor Technology Portugal S.A.
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