Chapter Stellantis believes that the difficulties in accessing chips in the autoprom will continue until the end of next year

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The automobile industry has been feverish for months because of a shortage of semiconductor components, and the head of the transcontinental car concert Stellantis, Carlos Tavares, in an interview with the French newspaper, reported that .

In parallel, Reuters notes that the head of the auto concert noted the increased interest of semi-conductor suppliers in working with automakers, as the prices of the components increased and the suppliers were better able to load them for the needs of the autoprom. One of the reasons for the lack of components, let us recall, was the shift of suppliers ' priorities in the pandemic. When the demand for PCs and household electronics increased sharply, the producers were better able to load the components in this direction and the car was maintained on a residual basis.

In France, the source explains that the number of newly registered cars increased by 5% last year, but in general since the beginning of the year it was 12% lower than in the same period last year. Bloomberg previously reported that the Toyota Motor Corporation was able to increase sales by 3.8% in August, for the first time in 12 months. The car production volume was 44% higher than in August of last year. In August, the company was able to produce 7666,83 cars and sell 77,7047 copies. By March 2023, Toyota was still hoping to produce 9.7 million cars as a result of the previous 12 months. For the first time in five months, Toyota was able to increase the volume of machinery in Japan by producing 196038 cars, an increase of 5.6 percent over the same month last year.

The competing Nissan and Honda were able to increase their car production for the second and third consecutive month in August, as explained by the source. The first of the companies increased production by 9% in the annual comparison and the second by 27% in the same year. It appears that the lack of components has consistently declined, and now for car manufacturers, the main reason is that demand does not affect global macroeconomic processes.