The race to boost U.S. chip production as a global shortage hurts car sales and more

It’s difficult to buy a car in the U.S. right now thanks to a global shortage of semiconductors. Taiwan makes 60 percent of the world’s chips, and that system was strained by the pandemic and rising tensions with China. NBC News’ Jacob Ward speaks to Intel’s CEO as the company works to bring more production to the U.S.

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