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Automotive industry says govt measures are crucial for its survival

Ljubljana, 18 May - The Slovenian automotive industry was hit hard by the coronavirus epidemic and is going through the worst crisis so far, the Automotive Cluster of Slovenia (ACS) warned at a press conference on Monday. Government measures from the first two stimulus packages should be extended or new ones introduced to save the sector, the ACS said.

Ljubljana
Representives of the automotive industry present the impact on the coronavirus epidemic on automotive companies, and propose measures to help the sector.
Pictured: TPV Group CEO Marko Gorjup.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Representives of the automotive industry present the impact on the coronavirus epidemic on automotive companies, and propose measures to help the sector.
Pictured: Domel CEO Matjaž Čemažar.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Representives of the automotive industry present the impact on the coronavirus epidemic on automotive companies, and propose measures to help the sector.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Representives of the automotive industry present the impact on the coronavirus epidemic on automotive companies, and propose measures to help the sector.
Pictured: Head of the Automotive Cluster of Slovenia Tanja Mohorič.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Representives of the automotive industry present the impact on the coronavirus epidemic on automotive companies, and propose measures to help the sector.
Pictured: CEO of Kolektor group Radovan Bolko.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

Ljubljana
Representives of the automotive industry discuss the impact on the coronavirus epidemic and measures to help the sector.
Pictured: CEO of Kolektor group Radovan Bolko.
Photo: Nik Jevšnik/STA

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