DETROIT, June 16 (Reuters) - General Motors Co is
looking at signing longer-term supply contracts or partnering
with chip suppliers in the future to mitigate the impact it has
seen from the global semiconductor shortage, the automaker's
chief financial officer said on Wednesday.
"Whether we work with foundries to give longer-term
commitments or we look to partnering with folks, we're looking
at all aspects of the supply chain to really ensure that
something of this magnitude as it relates to chips doesn't
happen again," Paul Jacobson said at a Deutsche Bank conference.
(Reporting by Ben Klayman
Editing by Chris Reese)