Motor industry executives are trying to measure the local impact of a global shortage of semiconductor chips, which is playing havoc with vehicle manufacture.

It is estimated the shortage could cost motor companies and their  components suppliers around the world more than $60bn (about R857bn) in revenue this year...

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