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Chip shortage is an ‘all hands on deck type situation’ for automakers: Analyst

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Garrett Nelson, Senior Equity Analyst, CFRA Research, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the hit to General Motors’s truck production due to the chip shortage and the impact of the shortage to the overall auto industry.

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