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In Detroit, the chip shortage has left the city eerily short of cars

11 mins | Aug 2, 2022
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It may be the most significant manufacturing disruption since the 1970s fuel crisis. The worst crisis for automakers in 50 years has left dealerships with little to sell as prices soar for consumers. Jeanne Whalen explores how the root problem is the same across the country: a global computer chip deficit that has forced automakers to slash output, causing shortages of new and used vehicles. But what can the nation do to recover?
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