Honda to temporarily halt UK car output due to COVID-related supply issues


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Every excuse not to build more cars to park in the stock around the factory is fine. Factory is closing soon, so understandable Honda slows production with all means

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This is the result of Japan's semiconductor industry winding down. Now that chips are made in Taiwan, Japan has to compete with Apple, Sony, Xbox, AMD, and Qualcomm for chip supplies and are outbid by foreigners.

Notice how Korean auto plants across the globe are still operational since they can source chips from Korean chip plants.

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Because a lot of companies are interconnected through complicated transactions, problems because of COVID-19 have much serious effects on them with each companies linked. This domino effects or chine reaction makes the problems much more bigger exponentially, I think.

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