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Ford suspends Europe production until May 4

Ford's production restart plans depend on the coronavirus pandemic situation, national restrictions, supplier constraints and the ability of dealerships to operate, the company said.

AutoNation lays off 7,000, slashes exec pay as sales plunge

The largest U.S. dealership group will also postpone $50 million in capital expenditures and cut advertising spending by half as it confronts the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. 

This is the wrong time to revise PSA-FCA merger financial terms

The coronavirus crisis shows that the deal makes more sense than ever. But with sales in free fall and markets on a roller coaster, the most urgent task is for each company to safeguard its own business.

Fiat to start three Italian sites immediately after lockdown ends, union says

Despite Italy's lowest death toll from coronavirus in six days on Wednesday, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said a national lockdown in place since March 9, and due to expire on Friday, would be extended until at least April 13.

GM rolls out safety protocols at ventilator plant

The measures being adopted at an Indiana factory may form a blueprint for health and safety protocols at the rest of the company's plants once the automaker decides to restart vehicle output when the pandemic crisis recedes.