Chip shortage restricts China’s car production, leaving showrooms empty, but local brands are faring better

The global chip shortage continues to disrupt supply in China’s car market, with no signs of relief, as output falls and dealers in some parts of the country struggle to fill showrooms.The lack of semiconductors, which have become vital for increasingly smart cars, is affecting car plants around the world, forcing carmakers to halt production. The effect can be seen at car dealerships in China, where the push to adopt electric and hybrid cars, which China calls new energy vehicles (NEVs), has…

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