BMW can’t finish production of 10,000 cars over chip crunch


BERLIN — BMW said on Tuesday nearly all its German plants were affected by an ongoing shortage of semiconductors that are currently preventing the automaker from completing around 10,000 cars.

The Munich-based company earlier this month said that the bottleneck, which has affected carmakers around the world, has already led to 30,000 vehicles in lost production so far this year.

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