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Taipei — More than a year after its outbreak, the coronavirus keeps finding new ways to hit carmakers.

After first wiping out vehicle demand, the virus is now hindering parts supply: chips used in vehicles are harder to come by because semiconductor manufacturers allocated more capacity to meet soaring demand from consumer-electronics makers such as Apple...

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