Global Microchip Shortage Sparks More Kansas City Layoffs

Right now we share a peek at worsening American scarcity and the consequences of this nation relying far too heavily on the international tech supply chain that's weighted in favor of Asian countries. 

The upshot . . .

Americans, and Kansas Citians, are out of work because they're last in line for the gear they need to do their job.

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Global supply shortages lead to extended layoffs for KC automotive parts supplier

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City-area automotive interior components supplier is being forced to extend layoffs of more than 400 employees due to continued supply-chain shortages. On Wednesday, June 30, Yanfeng Global Automotive Interiors informed the Missouri Department of Economic Development that it was extending the layoffs of 427 employees at its Riverside location.