U.S. senator contacts Taiwan representative over auto chip shortage
Washington, Feb. 25 (CNA) American Senator Debbie Stabenow said Thursday she had contacted Taiwan's representative to the U.S. regarding the global shortage of automobile chips, which she estimated was caused mainly by reduced shipments from a major Taiwanese semiconductor company.
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