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Chip Shortage Starts Hitting Consumers With Higher Prices

Chip Shortage Starts Hitting Consumers With Higher Prices

Update: 2021-06-22
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The tech industry has been dealing with a chip shortage, as demand for devices powered by semiconductors outpaces production capacity. Now some of the resulting higher prices are starting to reach consumers. Reporter Asa Fitch joins host Amanda Lewellyn to explain why it's happening now, and whether there's an end in sight.

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Chip Shortage Starts Hitting Consumers With Higher Prices

Chip Shortage Starts Hitting Consumers With Higher Prices

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