The global semiconductor shortage continues to spell bad news for Toyota, Lexus, and other automakers.
Ukraine supplies about 70 percent of the world’s neon supply, and a production disruption could be cause for concern.
Currently hovering at around $92 USD per barrel, the price of oil in the world market could hit $100 USD soon.
The Department of Energy (DOE) has formed a task force to address possible coming oil supply shortages.
While some brands have chosen to remove certain features from their vehicles, these brands have persevered and kept their models intact but at the cost of their manufacturing speed.
A combination of COVID and continued closures continue to short out the automotive industry.
The Japanese automaker could produce 150,000 fewer vehicles than it had planned.
The global chip shortage has been triggering the production plants of many automotive brands.
In our case, only a few Nissan models are being imported from Japan. Could the Philippine market be affected by this?
Suzuki’s finding it hard to cope with the continuously growing demand for the mini SUV.
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