Automotive Chip Maker Says It's Nearly Recovered From Blaze


An automotive chip maker says it's nearly recovered from a fire that has been compounded by a worldwide shortage of computer chips renaissance as replacements for fire damaged equipment arrived in Japan and the plant should be running in a week or so the company says it's making about eighty eight percent of the chipset was making before the fire car companies have been forced to cut production and use scarce chips for higher end models Ford says the shortage would cut its production in half the lack of chips is raise the price of cars new and used one expert says even from October through December the auto industry still won't have enough chips there are as many as eighty different computers and more sophisticated models I'm a Donahue

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