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Automobile Manufacturing Process Is Anticipated to Grow Due to Worldwide Chip Shortage

The global semiconductor chip shortage is spreading like cancer throughout the auto industry, halting production for the vast majority of companies. Almost every major automaker has had to face the brunt of this problem, which is going to affect automobile consumers all across the world.

According to a recent update published by the Washington Post, the global auto sector is expected to manufacture between 1.5 million and five million fewer automobiles this year than it was anticipated.

The situation is also predicted to worsen in the second quarter of the 2021 calendar year, with the gap between demand and supply predicted to grow larger.

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