How Taiwan’s historic drought could threaten the global economy

Taiwan has experienced one of its worst droughts in decades, with authorities limiting water supply as some reservoirs reported alarmingly low levels. The drought has threatened the island’s valuable semiconductor industry, which could have global ramifications in the production of smartphones, cars and other electronic devices. CNN’s Will Ripley talks to major companies like the TSMC on the challenge.

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