Technological Transformation

Here's how companies could have prepared for the microchip shortage

Parts of a Ford pre-production all-electric F-150 Lightning truck prototype are seen at the Rouge Electric Vehicle Center  in Dearborn, Michigan, U.S. September 16, 2021.   REUTERS/Rebecca Cook - RC23RP9XPX2D

Ford estimated that the microchip shortage cost it £2.5 billion. There is a unanimous view that it will set back the global economic recovery Image: REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

Michael Boguslavsky
Head of Artificial Intelligence, Tradeteq
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The auto industry may lose $61 billion of 2021 sales from chip shortages
Global car manufacturers have had to either slow or temporarily halt production at their factories, wiping billions from balance sheets Image: Tradeteq
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