Nissan executive expects semiconductor shortage to continue until mid-2022

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Nissan logo is seen on a car wheel at Nissan Gallery in Yokohama

– Japanese carmaker Nissan’s Chief Operating Officer Ashwani Gupta expects supply chain constraints and the global semiconductor shortage to continue until at least mid-2022, he said on Tuesday.

“The pandemic has really disrupted the supply chain around the world and (the) automotive industry has been impacted much more than expected … it will take some more time to get back to normal operations,” he said.

(Reporting by Alexander Cornwell; Writing by Ahmad Elhamy; Editing by David Goodman)


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