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Mazda Motor to stop production due to shortage of semiconductor chip supply

Japanese automaker Mazda Motor has decided to stop production in 2 of its factories due to a shortage of semiconductor chip supply. Accordingly, the company will pause production for 10 days in its 2 factories in the west of the country this month.

The Hiroshima-based manufacturer decided to stop production due to the semiconductor chip supply problem that affected the electronics and automobile manufacturing markets.

Accordingly, the Japanese company will suspend production for 10 days at its 2 factories in the west of the country this month.

Mazda has announced that it will cut global production by 100,000 for the current fiscal year, which ends in March 2022, after the shutdown this month.

According to the news of the public broadcaster NHK, the Japanese company stopped its factories for a short time in July and August.

Source: Sabah / Translated by Irem Yildiz

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