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5 Jul 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has been a double whammy for the motor industry: disrupting supplies, but also hitting demand as countries went into lockdown. Can it recover from the crisis? The Chief Executive of French carmaker Citroën, Vincent Cobée, has said the pandemic had a "substantial impact" on their business, and that the market "will not be what it was before" in the short or long-term. He told FRANCE 24 that while demand returned in June, it could be up to a year before sales "stabilise".

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