Ford Q2 China sales were worst since Covid pandemic began


Visitors walk past a Ford Escape Titanium at the Shanghai Auto Show in Shanghai on April 17, 2019.

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DETROIT — Ford Motor joined its crosstown rival General Motors in reporting its worst quarterly sales in China since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, amid a resurgence of Covid cases in the country and ongoing global supply chain problems.

Ford said it sold 120,000 vehicles during the second quarter, a roughly 22% decline from a year earlier and its worst sales in Greater China since the fewer than 89,000 units it sold during the first quarter of 2020, when government-imposed Covid restrictions brought the country’s production to a standstill.

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