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FCA Posts $1.8 billion USD Loss in 2020 Q1

The FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) Group has posted losses totaling a staggering $1.84 billion USD during the first quarter of 2020 – virtually all of it, of course, due to the current coronavirus pandemic that has forced the closure of factories and dealerships.

Automotive News Canada reports that the company’s net revenue fell by 16% in the period, for a total $22.3 billion. The company declared adjusted profits of $56.3 million before interest payments and taxes, or 95% less than during Q1 of 2019.

A truly jaw-dropping fall.

North American earnings dropped by 48% to $594 million, mainly because production in the U.S. and in Canada came to a full stop during the last two weeks of the quarter. For North America, net revenues dropped by 9% to $15.7 billion dollars, with local deliveries falling by 16%.

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