Automotive industry jobs at risk in Europe by country - COVID-19

Amidst a slowing down of much of the automotive industry in Europe due to the COVID-19 crisis, work stoppages could lead to a loss in production of over a million vehicles in Europe. Germany has the largest number of employees at risk: almost 570,000 workers. Consequently, policymakers have allowed some plants to reopen in Germany. The coronavirus pandemic has a similarly significant impact on the wider international automotive industry.

Number of automotive industry jobs at risk from work stoppages amid coronavirus pandemic in European markets as of March 2020

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Release date

April 2020



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as of March 2020

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