Monday, May 03, 2021

Chip Shortage STILL Shuts Down Kansas City

A glimpse at the future of the global economy and COVID scarcity costing American production and workers.

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GM, Ford plants in Kansas City area will stay shut down for weeks due to chip shortage

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City area's General Motors and Ford assembly plants will be closed for weeks as manufacturers deal with a global shortage of semiconductors. In a statement, GM said Monday that it's managed to "leverage every available semiconductor" to make its most popular and profitable full-size trucks and SUVs.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Isn't Joe Biden's economy wonderful? Wait for inflation to ramp up some more and things will really be fun!

Anonymous said...

Yes it is wonderful. What's not so wonderful are the laws of SUPPLY AND DEMAND, which are the forces in play here, dipshit.

Silvestor orgalthorp said...

You miss the issue
It where the supply comes from, that’s the problem

Anonymous said...

Inflation is getting out of control, now Bidumb wants to pour trillions of gallons of fuel on it $$$$$ Muduro is watching from Venezuela to see how to really ruin a country

Anonymous said...

This is the result of sanctioning every country that manufactures stuff by the former guy and now we face the consequences. Lumber from Canada, Almost everything else manufactured in China

Unknown said...

Those weren't laws. Biden could reverse by a stroke of the pen. Why isn't he?

Anonymous said...

You miss the issue
It where the supply comes from, that’s the problem


Were you in the wrong line when brains were passed out?

Anonymous said...


"It where the supply comes from"

Ebonics?

Anonymous said...

Ain't no chip shortage.

Lays, Ruffles, Fritos...my store has them all.