How will automakers fare in 2022?

Order books are being filled again, but getting vehicles to customers will prove challenging for some time longer. By Freddie Holmes

The COVID-19 pandemic caused factories to close and stifled demand for travel. At the same time, it severely hampered consumer spending power for goods and services—no less an expensive new car. Combined, these trends ravaged the finances of the world’s major automakers, with many seeking bailouts from their home governments to preserve liquidity.

Special report: The post-pandemic automotive industry

In June 2020, FCA was handed

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