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Chip Problem Continues to Lesser Degree

Report forecasts production cuts resulting from issue this year.

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Subaru CEO Gives Optimistic Sales Outlook

Demand for new vehicles in the United States remains strong despite rising interest and loan rates, reported CEO Tomomi Nakamura.

Small Profit Gains Expected for Toyota Motor Corp.

Soaring material and parts costs offset benefits gained from a plunging Japanese yen and production rebound.

Supply Chain Improvements Drive Increased Sales

LMC Automotive and J.D. Power predict U.S. auto retail sales will rise in October as supply chains improve and make more vehicles available to dealerships.

Toyota Cuts Fiscal-Year Production Target

Continuing chip shortage bedevils world’s biggest carmaker, which falls short of a new record.

Automakers Tweak Production Over Microchips

Ongoing shortage forcing brands to trim production, especially in North America.

Toyota Trims July Production Totals

The automaker has dialed down its worldwide production schedule for July by 50,000 vehicles to 800,000.

European, North American Automakers Trim Vehicles From Production Schedules

European and North American automakers cut around 25,000 additional vehicles from their production schedules last week.

Automaker Production Schedules Continue Freefall Due to Chip Shortage

The number of vehicles canceled from automaker production schedules worldwide due to the shortage now exceeds 2 million, according to AutoForecast Solutions.

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BMW Announces It will Meet 2022 Output Targets

Port congestion in China, closures in Ukraine, and ongoing supply chain issues will not slow output, reported Milan Nedeljkovic, production chief for BMW AG.

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