Jaime Martorell, Special Commissioner, participates in the Chips JU inauguration
He attended to the first meeting of the European Semiconductor Council, the highest governance body of the Chips Act and responsible for the oversight and crisis response of the microchip supply chain

Jaime Martorell, Special Commissioner forthe PERTE Chip, participated in the Chips Joint Undertaking, 'Chips for Europe' inauguration, together with the European Commissioner for Internal Market and Services, Thierry Breton, and Continental AG CEO Nikolai Setzer.  

This initiative is designed to strengthen the European semiconductor ecosystem and promote Europe's technological leadership. The Chips JU also aims to reduce the gap between research, innovation and production and will deploy the pilot lines launched by the European Commission.

With the strategic autonomy and economic security of the EU as a framework, Martorell pointed out the complexity of achieving the two objectives, although he stressed that the European Union is "on the right track". Among other reasons, for the approval of the Chip Law to increase and strengthen the supply chain. And, undoubtedly, because of the current strengths of the EU, its leading institutions and talent.

In his opening remarks, the Special Commissioner for the PERTE Chip highlited the public-private collaboration as a fundamental key to success in the goal that EU member states have set, and emphasized  what the PERTE Chip is in front of   'Chips for Europe' audience. This project aimed at strengthening the ecosystem of design and manufacture of microchips in Spain.

For two days, MEPs, CEOs, technical directors, SMEs, R&D centers and public authorities participated in this forum to address the challenges facing the European semiconductor industry in the coming years.

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