Carmakers to ramp up production by 18-20% as semiconductor shortage eases

If companies end up manufacturing vehicles according to plan, production is likely to exceed the pre-Covid volumes of Q4FY20


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Passenger vehicle makers are looking to ramp up production by an average 18-20 per cent in the March quarter compared to the December quarter as the shortage of semiconductor eases.

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First Published: Feb 18 2022 | 11:07 AM IST

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