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Europe’s Factories Sound Alarm Over Relentless Supply Squeeze

  • Manufacturing PMI fell to 58.6 in September; initial 58.7
  • Supply problems putting further pressure on inflation
Assembly of Volkswagen's ID.3 Electric Vehicle
Photographer: Liesa Johannssen-Koppitz/Bloomberg

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European manufacturers are increasingly strained by global supply-chain problems that are pushing up prices and may last well into next year.