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Renault and Stellantis are both suspending car production at several factories as they grapple with a worldwide shortage of crucial semiconductors, the companies said on Friday. Carmakers around the world have been hit by the shortage of chips used in engine management and driver-assistance systems, which mainly come from Asia and especially Taiwan. France's Renault will suspend production at one site in France and two in Morocco and Romania next week for several days, a company spokeswoman said on Friday, without giving details of the likely impact on output.
Carmaker Stellantis will pay its workers in Italy a slightly higher annual efficiency bonus based on 2020 performance despite the impact on the auto industry from the coronavirus pandemic, unions said on Friday. That exceeds a 1,350 euro average bonus paid last year and a 1,250 euro payment made two years ago by Stellantis predecessor Fiat Chrysler (FCA). Stellantis, the world's fourth automaker, was created last month as FCA and French rival PSA completed their merger process.
SC earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2020.