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Chip shortage to cost automakers $110 billion in revenues in 2021

Chip shortage to cost automakers $110 billion in revenues in 2021

FILE PHOTO: A researcher plants a semiconductor on an interface board during a research work to design and develop a semiconductor product at Tsinghua Unigroup research centre in Beijing, China, February 29, 2016. (Reuters) - The global semiconductor chip shortage will cost automakers $110 billion in lost revenues this year, up from...

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Prince Charles Has “Made It Quite Clear” He’s Leaving Town During Prince Harry’s Visit

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Prince Charles Has “Made It Quite Clear” He’s Leaving Town During Prince Harry’s Visit

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Prince Charles Has “Made It Quite Clear” He’s Leaving Town During Prince Harry’s Visit

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MURDER

Mother, 36, killed daughter, five, by knifing her 15 times then turned blade on herself after lockdowns left her 'petrified' she would die from Covid leaving the girl without her - as she's sent for indefinite term to mental unit

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Mother, 36, killed daughter, five, by knifing her 15 times then turned blade on herself after lockdowns left her 'petrified' she would die from Covid leaving the girl without her - as she's sent for indefinite term to mental unit

MURDER

Mother, 36, killed daughter, five, by knifing her 15 times then turned blade on herself after lockdowns left her 'petrified' she would die from Covid leaving the girl without her - as she's sent for indefinite term to mental unit

dailymail.co.uk

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