COMMENT: Automakers’ long-term health will be affected by their post-pandemic strategies

Deep in a crisis caused by coronavirus and worsened by stock market turbulence, the auto industry must begin now to prepare for business in the post-pandemic period, writes Oliver Dixon

With the COVID-19 death toll having passed 4,600 worldwide, including over 1,000 people in Italy alone, it may seem rather trite to focus upon the automotive industry. The eventual toll of the novel coronavirus pandemic is impossible to gauge. That said, it now obviously a very real problem, and one that is hurting the global automotive industry.

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