Jack R. Nerad | March 24, 2020
Ford Motor Company’s response to the coronavirus health crisis and the ensuing economic upheaval is one of the most aggressive among global automakers. With hundreds of millions of American workers idled by business and plant closures, health-related lockdowns and travel restrictions, the auto manufacturers are battling strong headwinds. To help current customers who are suddenly experiencing bad times and to persuade other consumers that now is a good time to buy a vehicle, Ford has instituted a number of initiatives designed to answer consumer needs.
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