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U.S. | 9 July 2020 Expect Chaotic Auto Sales and Prices, but the Market is Improving
The immediate impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the auto market was calamitous.

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9 July 2020 Expect Chaotic Auto Sales and Prices, but the Market is Improving

By Ian Shepherdson

The immediate impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the auto market was calamitous.

Posted: 9th Jul 2020 in 'U.S.'

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