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Government warns microchip shortage could drive up prices


The Commerce Department reports many U.S. companies had just a five-day supply of critical microchips last year, down from a typical 40-day supply. As China tries to contain omicron, manufacturing hubs and ports are slowing down, which could result in even higher prices in the U.S.

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