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  • Semiconductor shortage will be over by end of 2021 for most products: Former CEO

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  • When Will the Global Chip Shortage End? There is an ANSWER

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    When WILL The Chip Shortage End? The most common question you ask is: “when is the chip shortage going to end?” No one can answer that specifically but the impact is plaguing automakers worse than we even thought. Car dealers have empty parking lots, consumers face limited options on new vehicle purchases and buyers must wait, and wait, for their new ride to be built. This is a real issue and it impacts sales, profits, jobs, future products and this will impact the economy. Tens of thousands of new 2021 vehicles are sitting in parking lots awaiting semiconductor chips before they can be shipped to dealers. I’ll explain everything you need to know about the chip shortage and when it may end.

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  • Secretive Giant TSMC’s $100 Billion Plan To Fix The Chip Shortage

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    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company makes 24% of all the world's chips, and 92% of the most advanced ones found in today's iPhones, fighter jets and supercomputers. Now TSMC is building America's first 5-nanometer fabrication plant, hoping to reverse a decades-long trend of the U.S. losing chip manufacturing to Asia. CNBC got an exclusive tour of the $12 billion fab that will start production in 2024.

    As the world grapples with an ongoing chip shortage, a quiet giant among chipmakers has committed to investing $100 billion over three years to ramp up production.

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company may not be a household name, but with a market value of over $550 billion, it’s one of the world’s 10 most valuable companies. Now, it’s leveraging its considerable resources to bring the world’s most advanced chip manufacturing back to U.S. soil.

    CNBC got an exclusive tour of the $12 billion fabrication plant, or fab, in Phoenix, Arizona, where TSMC will start making 5-nanometer chips in 2024. The company says it will produce 20,000 wafers each month.

    “These are parts that are going to be used in lots of different places: CPUs, GPUs, IPUs, etc. They’ll be used in smartphones,” Rick Cassidy told CNBC. Cassidy is TSMC’s chief strategy officer and the president and CEO of TSMC’s project in Arizona.

    TSMC makes key components for everything from cellphones to F-35 fighter jets to NASA’s Perseverance Rover mission to Mars. Earlier this month, it announced plans for a new factory in Japan, where it will produce chips with older technologies, for things like household devices and certain car components. TSMC is also Apple’s exclusive provider of the most advanced chips inside every iPhone currently on the market and most Mac computers.

    “But they remain sort of in the background, in terms of end markets. So Apple gets all the accolades when a new phone comes out,” said Joanne Itow, managing director of manufacturing at Semico Research.

    “We’re low-key. We let our products speak for themselves. Their success brings all the business that we could ever hope for,” Cassidy said.

    The U.S. was the birthplace of advanced silicon, but for decades now, it’s been losing market share to Asia, where 79% of the world’s chip production happened in 2020, according to industry association SEMI. It calculated the U.S. was responsible for 12% of worldwide chip manufacturing last year, down from 37% in 1990.

    TSMC alone was responsible for 24% of the world’s semiconductor output in 2020, up from 21% in 2019, according to the company. When it comes to the most advanced chips used in the latest iPhones, supercomputers and automotive AI, TSMC is responsible for 92% of production while Samsung is responsible for the other 8%, according to research group Capital Economics.

    “It’s become almost a monopoly at the leading edge, and all of those manufacturing operations, for the most part, are out of Taiwan, Hsinchu. That becomes a matter of national importance for the United States, but not only the United States, but the Western world,” said Christopher Rolland, Susquehanna’s senior semiconductor analyst.

    Along with cutting edge 3- and 5-nanometer chips, TSMC also makes larger chips for products such as electric toothbrushes and coffeemakers. Cars often use less-advanced 28- to 40-nanometer chips. All types of chips have been impacted by the shortage. Carmakers including GM and Toyota have paused production at some plants. And Apple is likely to slash its 2021 production targets for the iPhone 13, with orders for some models delayed by more than a month.

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  • The global chip shortage, explained

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    The ongoing global chip shortage means that it could be tougher to buy everything from a PS5 to a Ford truck for the next few months. But fixing the problem might need bigger changes to both how we manufacture processors and the supply chain at large.

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  • Decoding The Global Shipping Crisis And The Everything Shortage | Decoded

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    There are nearly 100 ships waiting to dock at the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach. Almost half a million containers are stuck on them, delaying the delivery of goods across the US.

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  • If There is a Chip Shortage Then Why Not Just Make More Chips?

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    If there is a chip shortage then why not just make more chips? If there is demand then where is the supply to meet it?

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  • How The Global Computer Chip Shortage Happened

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    It’s not an overstatement to say that semiconductors power the modern world. They’re not only a key component of nearly every electronic device we buy and use — they also power the factories that make the electronic devices we buy and use. And now, there aren’t enough of them getting made. Here’s how the global semiconductor chip shortage got so bad, and what’s being done to fix it.

    A chip shortage that started as consumers stocked up on personal computers and other electronics during the Covid-19 pandemic now threatens to snarl car production around the world.

    GM said that it would extend production cuts in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico until the middle of March. They join a long list of major automakers, including Ford, Honda and Fiat Chrysler, which have warned investors or slowed vehicle production because of the chip shortage.

    But it’s not just the automotive industry that’s struggling to get enough semiconductors to build their products. AMD and Qualcomm, which sell chips to most of the top electronics firms, have noted the shortage in recent weeks. Sony blamed the chip shortage for why it’s so hard to get a PlayStation 5 game console.

    Chips are likely to remain in short supply in coming months as demand remains higher than ever. The Semiconductor Industry Association said in December that global chip sales would grow 8.4% in 2021 from 2020′s total of $433 billion. That’s up from 5.1% growth between 2019 and 2020 -- a notable jump, given how large the absolute numbers are.

    Semiconductors are in short supply because of strong demand for electronics, shifting business models in the semiconductor world that created a bottleneck among outsourced chip factories, and effects from the U.S. trade war with China that started under former President Trump.

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  • Why the Global Chip Shortage Is Hard to Overcome | WSJ

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    A global chip shortage is affecting how quickly we can drive a car off the lot or buy a new laptop. WSJ visits a fabrication plant in Singapore to see the complex process of chip making and how one manufacturer is trying to overcome the shortage. Photo: Edwin Cheng for The Wall Street Journal

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  • The global chip shortage will probably hit your everyday life | CNBC Beyond The Valley

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    There are semiconductors in everything from washing machines to cars to smartphones. There's also not nearly enough of them. CNBC explores how the global chip shortage started, and what it will take to end it.

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  • Food Shortage Will Be Their Tool Of Control: Stockpile Food and Water to Prepare for a Food Crisis

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    We are very close to a global food crisis that will be triggered economically and geopolitically. Food shortage is more than just the spiking food prices or empty shelves you will see when you go to supermarkets. And you know nothing happens by itself. Controlling food means controlling people.

    The stock market bubble, dollar collapse, currency reset, and other topics I’ve been discussing for years are all serious issues. It’s important for me to talk to you about the future food shortage from time to time so you can be prepared.

    I want to repeat: You must understand the seriousness of the situation.
    China certainly does! China is currently taking extreme measures to buy massive amounts of food from all over the world.

    You may have heard that China has had a very difficult time recently due to natural disasters. Their agricultural sector took a hit due to the floods and their food supply suffered. You might think they are importing food to rapidly recover from the situation.

    But, if you do a bit of the math, you will find that China's purchases are more than what would be expected, and even more strange is that the purchases are far more than what they need and more than enough to replace what was lost.

    Some figures, announced a few months ago, have actually increased. I'm talking about a 180% increase in wheat purchases.

    On the other hand, if we look at corn purchases, the numbers are even greater.

    According to the USDA, China went from importing 60,000 tonnes of corn in 2019-2020 from the USA, to 11,768,700 tonnes in 2020-2021.
    Why do you think China buys so much food?

    Can you see the signs pointing to a coming global food crisis? If you don’t, you may think preppers are crazy. Or that the increasing numbers of people who have started growing produce in their own gardens are worrying over nothing. Some might think it’s a waste of time when you can just go to the supermarket, right?

    If you think it’s all just an illusion, please watch this video ‘til the end. Maybe then you'll consider joining the preppers and gardeners like I have for the last few years and understand how serious the situation is so you can be prepared for the devastation in store.

    There may come a day when you need to run to the store for something and you won't find anything but empty shelves in the supermarkets. The toilet paper fiasco we saw in recent months was a joke compared to what’s coming.

    It’s obvious that the global food supply chain is very vulnerable. Before the food reaches your plate, it goes through many stages including harvesting, processing, shipping, sales, and more. Have you ever wondered whether the owners of global food companies that are making higher profits due to rising food prices are serving an even bigger plan in the background? Recent events indicate to me that this may be the case.

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    The chip shortage, it's been plaguing the auto industry during the pandemic, but what are the short-term and long-term solutions?

  • Graphics Cards Prices Are Beyond A Joke… Will The GPU Shortage End?

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  • Production cuts and market losses: Carmakers struggle with lasting chip shortage | DW News

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    Car makers say soaring demand for chips means the auto industry could struggle to source enough of them throughout next year and into 2023 – even until 2024. The shortage has been worsened by the move to electric vehicles, which use a lot more chips than traditional vehicles. Raw materials, too -- silicon is experiencing shortages and there are also problems sourcing lithium, plastics and steel. It’s eating into sales. Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess says the company has lost market share in China as a result of the problem.

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  • How the Chip Shortage Is Forcing Auto Makers to Adapt | WSJ

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    The number of semiconductors in a modern car, from the ignition to the braking system, can exceed a thousand. As the global chip shortage drags on, car makers from General Motors to Tesla find themselves forced to adjust production and rethink the entire supply chain. Illustration/Video: Sharon Shi

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  • Brace Yourself, The Car Chip Shortage Just Got a Lot Worse

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  • Global chip shortage slows auto production, thins inventory

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    The auto industry is among the hardest hit by the global chip shortage. Production has slowed and sales could be impacted through the end of the year. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    General Motors is cutting overtime production this weekend at two U.S. assembly plants that make its highly profitable full-size pickups due to the ongoing semiconductor chip shortage impacting the global automotive industry.

    The plants in Flint, Michigan, and Fort Wayne, Indiana, produce a mix of the company’s full-size pickups, including the Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 1500 models as well as their larger siblings.

    This is the first time the Detroit automaker has cut production shifts for its full-size pickups due to the monthslong chip shortage. GM has significantly reduced production at its car and crossover plants in North America to prioritize chips for the pickups as well as the company’s full-size SUVs.

    In total, GM is eliminating three overtime shifts between the two plants on Saturday and Sunday.

    “As we continue to manage the semiconductor impact on our plants, we are balancing parts availability with our ability to run efficiently for the entire week,” GM said in an emailed statement.

    GM also produces the 1500 versions of the Silverado and Sierra pickup at a plant in Mexico.

    In addition to the shift cuts, GM said Friday it is canceling scheduled downtime the weeks of June 28 and July 5 at all U.S. plants except a midsize truck plant in Missouri. GM hopes production during those weeks, which is traditionally known as a summer shutdown period, will assist in making up lost production from the first half of the year.

    The changes come a day after GM and Ford Motor announced plans to temporarily idle or extend shutdowns at several plants in North America.

    GM CEO Mary Barra and Ford CEO Jim Farley are expected to take part Monday in a virtual CEO summit with the Biden administration to discuss the global semiconductor shortage.

    Semiconductors are key components in automotive manufacturing and are used in infotainment, power steering and braking systems, among other things. As multiple plants shuttered last year due to Covid, suppliers directed semiconductors away from automakers to other industries, creating a shortage after consumer demand snapped back stronger than expected. The automobile parts can contain several sizes and different types of chips.

    For months, GM and Ford have been prioritizing assembly of high-margin vehicles such as full-size pickups by cutting production of cars and crossovers. The companies are even partially building pickups to complete and ship at a later date.

    GM expects the chip shortage will reduce its operating profit by $1.5 billion to $2 billion this year, while Ford said the situation could lower its earnings by $1 billion to $2.5 billion in 2021.

    Consulting firm AlixPartners estimates the chip shortage will cut $60.6 billion in revenue from the global automotive industry this year.

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  • Expect fewer options at the dealership as chip shortage disrupts auto industry

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    Buying a car these days is a challenge, given an array of difficulties facing the auto business. If you have a specific model in mind, it could take months to order your vehicle from most manufacturers. The problems stem from a global semiconductor shortage that could stretch until 2023. There are cars available, but for the foreseeable future it means less selection, no haggling and maybe paying well above the sticker price. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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  • Global chip shortage: How microchips became one of the worlds most precious resources

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    If you’re having a hard time buying a PS5, the global semiconductor shortage is probably to blame. A shortfall of the little chips is slowing down big industries.
    Whether we're talking consumer electronics, cars, medical devices, airplanes, smart appliances or wearables, their common component is chips.
    The coronavirus pandemic has changed consumer behaviors. We're buying personal computers, new phones and tablets, so we can work from home. And to cope with the lockdowns, companies are continuously upgrading their digital infrastructure to enable remote working. All these purchases are driving up the demand for chips. At the beginning, a pandemic came with an estimated economic downturn and industries such as automakers slashed chip purchases. But the economy in East Asia bounced back sooner than expected with more demand for cars. And most carmakers keep limited inventory. So right now, they're buying.
    So as the coronavirus crisis reshapes supply and demand, chip companies are scrambling. And if there’s an industry that can’t simply ramp up production in a hurry, or ask clients to do without their product for a while, or shift around parts of their manufacturing rapidly, it’s the chip industry.
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  • Apple chip shortage will end, but U S China supply chain train wreck is coming

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    The semiconductor chip shortage is old news, but when the second-largest public company in the history of the U.S. stock market says it just left $6 billion in potential sales on the table as a result of limited chip supply — as Apple just did — it reinforces why the U.S. economy needs to rethink how it sources its semiconducting technology so that doesn't happen again. This short-term supply chain phenomenon will pass, but tech executives and policy advisors say the future may be one of even larger, longer-term supply chain shocks. A shift from decades during which the largest companies benefited from a manufacturing model in which ''designed in California'' and ''assembled in Asia'' was king needs to occur to shore up the supply of key components. In some ways, it also impact on the development of Chinese economy.

  • The Chip Shortage is WAY WORSE Than You Think | Heres What They ARENT Telling You

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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the global chip shortage that pummeled the auto industry would likely be ‘short term’ as new semiconductor plants that are planned or under construction will have good capacity for providing chips by next year.

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  • Jim Cramer: I think the chip shortage is coming to an end this quarter

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  • Container Shortage Triggers Freight Rate Spike Of 300 Percent As Port Congestion Worsens Worldwide

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    Freight rates have fallen slightly in October, making some believe that the worst of the shipping crisis was over. Unfortunately, that hopeful perception didn't last more than a couple of weeks because last week freight rates rapidly spiked to a new record high. In less than 7 days, the benchmark Baltic Dry Index, which measures the movement of the global dry bulk commodities and also shipping prices, shot up by over 16 percent due to the introduction of new restrictions on the movement of ships worldwide as a precaution to prevent the spread of the new virus strain.
    The almost $9,000 increase in the Baltic Dry index signals a rapid change in shipping industry fundamentals brought on by strict measures at ports in China, rigorous surveillance imposed by the government of India, and similar measures adopted by several governments across the globe, including the European Union. The tightening vessel capacity we are currently seeing globally is adding even more pressure on soaring freight rates. According to VesselsValue in its 2021 Port Congestion Report, in November, Asia-U.S. shipping rates reached a staggering $130,000 per day, over a 400% increase compared to this time last year.
    In America, as opposed to what the government has been suggesting in recent weeks, ports are still extremely clogged, especially in California. Just yesterday, the number of container ships stuck outside the port of Los Angeles has reached a new record of 111, breaking the previous record of 108 vessels a month ago. Last month, fines started to be imposed on the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, with companies having to pay $100 a day for every container left on the docks. After a container arrives, companies have three days to move it if the next step is by rail, or nine days if the next step is by truck. However, industry specialists say these fees will do little to help ease the port jams.
    The issue isn't about a lack of desire to move boxes, but a lack of physical space, explained Corey Bertsch, VP Solutions Consulting at Slync.io, a global logistics company. According to data released by American Shipper, at the end of November, there were almost 60,000 containers on these ports that had been there for more than nine days and would be eligible for fines. But as Bertsch highlighted, those fines will simply be passed on to the end consumer, compounding inflationary pressures that have already been pushing the price of everything to sky-highs.
    Now, even large corporations that would typically be safe from sudden inflation upswings are warning that they cannot fight with such persistent inflationary pressures. In an interview with CNBC, Siemens Energy CEO Christian Bruch, alerted that the industrial world is going to be dealing with higher prices and supply shortages for much longer than expected. It is going to be way into 2022 and honestly, my belief is managing the supply chain will be something which will be with us for a long time, he said. Unilever CEO Alan Jope, also sounded the alarm, saying that the company was witnessing once in two-decade inflationary pressure. We are seeing commodity inflation across really every type of input cost that we have -- agricultural commodities, petrochemical commodities, paper and board, transport, logistics, energy, labor -- all are moving in an upward direction, he said.
    Last month, the UN warned that surging freight rates would be translated into higher prices for consumers early in 2022, with the global import price levels set to increase by 11 percent. “Global consumer prices will rise significantly in the year ahead until shipping supply chain disruptions are unblocked and port constraints and terminal inefficiencies are tackled,” Unctad said in its Review of Maritime Transport 2021 report. To make things worse, hikes in oil prices, geopolitical conflicts, the worsening health crisis, and broken supply chains have come together to create a potentially devastating scenario for the global food system, a panel on food security heard.
    “These have created a perfect storm for global food collapse”, stressed Fan Shenggen, chair of the academy of global food economics and policy at China Agricultural University. According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization’s monthly food price index, global food prices skyrocketed nearly 33 percent last year and the latest Goldman Sachs report forecasts that food inflation will likely get worse before it gets better. We're entering some exceedingly difficult times. Sadly, the problems we're facing today are only going to be aggravated in the coming months. We're on the verge of another dark winter, and as our system persistently collapses all around us, we're going to have even more turbulence and chaos awaiting us.

  • Chip shortage to last at least until the end of the year, analyst says

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    Pedro Pacheco, senior research director at Gartner CIO Research Group, discusses the ongoing semiconductor shortage.

  • Whats behind the car shortage and when will it end?

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  • Global Chip Shortage Explained - Huge Problems Ahead????????????

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  • ENGINEER EXPLAINS WHEN CHIP SHORTAGE WILL END - Plus Interview with Toyota Executive

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    Automotive and Supply Chain Engineer David Koichi Chao explains and predicts when the chip shortage will finally end - so that car and truck buyers can plan their buying strategy for the newest models such as the 2022 Toyota Tundra or the upcoming 2023 Toyota 4Runner.

    David is a global supply chain specialist who current advises many companies on how to work through supply chain challenges - so when combined with his automotive engineering experience - he is the right person to explain and predict all things to do with the current chip shortage issues.

    Plus David interviews Toyota Canada's VP Stephen Beatty in regard to this very important chip shortage, where they discuss the future of the supply chain management for Toyota and why things are already beginning to go back to normal for Toyota.

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  • Is it NEVER Going to END?! - Chip Shortage 2021

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    Let’s get started with Nvidia, and folks, things are bad. If you were expecting Q2 of 2021 to at least bring about a small relief in the silicon shortage...you will be disappointed. Nvidia just created a blogpost titled “First Quarter Fiscal 2022 Revenue Tracking Above Outlook” In it colette Kress, Nvidia’s CFO was quoted as saying “ “Overall demand remains very strong and continues to exceed supply while our channel inventories remain quite lean. We expect demand to continue to exceed supply for much of this year.” So, they expect the shortage to continue for quite a while.

    Not only that but obviously, with Nvidia’s constant expansion into different markets, like CPU’s and stuff. They’re going to need more allocation from either samsung or TSMC, and of course, that will spread the silicon shortage even thinner.
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  • GPU Pricing Going Down? | When The Global Chip Shortage Will End? - AMD, Intel, Nvidia

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  • Heres why the chip shortage could turn into an oversupply

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  • There Are NO SIGNS to the End of the Chip Shortage | Will it Last Through 2023?

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    Daily News You Can Use from YAA. Today Ray and Zach provide an update on the ongoing chip shortage. The latest data from AutoForecast Solutions shows that nine out of every ten vehicles cut from global production plans last week were from North American plants. The ongoing chip crisis is crushing automakers, while dealers make profits they had never seen before.

  • Is the worst of the semiconductor shortage behind us?

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    Rajvindra Gill, Needham managing director for semiconductor equity research, joins Closing Bell to discuss the semiconductor shortage. He expects the worst of the shortage to last through the end of 2022. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    With no end in sight, the semiconductor chip shortage is now expected to cost the global automotive industry $210 billion in revenue in 2021, according to consulting firm AlixPartners.

    The forecast is almost double it previous projection of $110 billion in May. The New York-based firm released an initial forecast of $60.6 billion in late January when the parts problem started causing automakers to cut production at plants.

    “Of course, everyone had hoped that the chip crisis would have abated more by now, but unfortunate events such as the COVID-19 lockdowns in Malaysia and continued problems elsewhere have exacerbated things,” said Mark Wakefield, global co-leader of the automotive and industrial practice at AlixPartners, in a statement.

    AlixPartners is now forecasting that 7.7 million units of production will be lost in 2021, up from 3.9 million in its May forecast.

    The biggest hit to production occurred in the second quarter, according to Dan Hearsch, a managing director in the automotive and industrial practice at AlixPartners.

    “The second quarter of this year is still the worst of chip shortage so far in terms of lost vehicles,” he said in an email to CNBC. “But what’s changed is that the auto industry globally simply hasn’t recovered as quickly as we thought when we did our forecast back in May due to unforeseen things since then like the rise of the delta variant and the Covid breakouts in Malaysia and other Southeast Asian countries.”

    Automakers across the globe, including Ford Motor and General Motors, had warned of massive earnings cuts this year due to the chip shortage. But some, if not much, of those losses have been offset by resilient consumer demand and higher profits from record vehicle prices.

    AlixPartners expects the parts problem to continue into at least the second quarter of next year, according to Hearsch. He said it will “probably be a bit longer” until vehicle inventory levels noticeably improve, citing other supply issues with labor, transportation and other materials.

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  • Chip Shortage Could End in 18 Months: Neuberger Berman

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