Car production hit by 'pingdemic' and global chip shortage – BBC News


Demand isn’t the problem. The bulk of UK-built cars are sold overseas, and manufacturers say there’s plenty of appetite for them. But two issues, both linked to the pandemic, have got in the way of the recovery: the global semiconductor shortage and the shortage of staff resulting from the so-called ‘pingdemic’.



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